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Anyone got any hot spots to look start out on?? I'll be putting in on the south end. Hopefully we'll have as nice of weather as the last couple days. Good luck to you all this weekend.

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If the wind is blowing fish the tops & the top edges for the gravel. (Windy 24 to 27 feet). If your dealing with a glass surface check the deep side of the edges.

In calm conditions, run your boat out a couple hundred yards in the deep water while watching your graph. We have found eyes 8 to 10 feet off the bottom in 32 - 34ft of water at NIGHT. During the day the fish have been a couple feet off the bottom in the deeper water. We've been trolling small spinners & leeches (#00 size spinner with #8 hooks) Color didn't seem to matter much, but keeping your weight within about a foot of the bottom did.

Good luck
(Might see you out there)

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    • PRO-V
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