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North Side/red Door Question


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This is my second year having a skid house out on the north side, I am currently on the first break in 24-25 FOW first weekend about 10 fish, Saturday 1/12 4 fish, this past weekend 4 fish. I know the brutal cold snap isn't helping the bite, but do i need to now go deeper and get off the first break? Or do the fish stay on the first break and should i just hold tight? I'm very conflicted as we were on flat last year, and then out to a deeper hole later in season and didn't do great in either spot, so not sure if i'm wasting my time and efforts for no real reason. 

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Well I was out off the edge of a mud flat in 32 ft in a great spot away from People. 4 fish Friday through last Sunday. Missed a couple others. Really nice fish. 25 inches was the smallest.  It was a tough bite. I would say maybe a little deeper and I think a big key IMO is getting away from the groups. 

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Thanks for reply, problem is red door isnt letting anyone with wheel house or skid house out to the flat or past the heave,yet. So everyone is kind of pilled up on the first/second breaks. I am thinking once they start allowing more travel it will start to thin out by me. I may give it another week or so and see how it looks. 

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