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harvey lee

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Today we fished for some pannies and it was a tough bite. The fish we did get were very nice but very hard to get to bite. Probably due to the cold front and the bug hatch over the mud. Most fish were caught in the depth range of 6-10 fow using plastics. Should be better with this nicer weather coming. Water temps were around the 63-64 degree range.

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I was also out there on the 17th and found the same thing. Like you said the ones that did want to bite were nice.

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The sunnies are are biting on a lake about 30 minutes East of Washington. Very shallow in 2 to 4 FOW.

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