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LindyRig

5/18

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Well it was a tough one out there yesterday! My dad, Brother, and I launched at 6 am in Hudson and started our day at the power lines there. Got nothing, and so we decided to go up just past the turn bridge and got a few eyes to bite, but nothing big. One keeper, rest had to go back.

I was watching other boats to see if they were doing anything and all I saw was white bass and smallies being caught.

So overall it was a SLOW day, and a tough one with that wind crazy.gif, ended up getting 3 in the boat, which by the looks of things was a good day.

Anyone else go out? I drove by at like 10 pm and saw a few guys out doing some night fishing, just wondering how they did. cool.gif

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I was one of the guys doing the night fishing that night. I had my limit after about 1 hour of fishing. I caught them deep in about 25-30 FOW with a jig and crawler combo. Just vertical jigging it. They went nuts for the chartrouse jig tipped with either crawler or leech. Caught about 20-25 fish total. The limit I caught consisted of two 18 incher and 4 between 15-17 inches. Also caught a few saugers too.

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Got out with the wife and fished from 11-3. We boated a dozen eyes and sauger mostly sauger trolling cranks. We kept 3 for dinner. We put in at Hudson and didn't realize we had to pay till the wife saw the sign walking to get in the boat.Pretty windy but a beautifull day to get out,and not bad fishing either.

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Ya the wind calmed down a little bit there in the afternoon and evening time. But early in the day it was rockin and rollin out there. Had a blast, but got sunburned! Didnt even notice it until i got home. AHHH yes, summer is here!!!

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