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MrSenarighi

Anyone get out the night of the storm?

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MrSenarighi

Went out to fish lake the night of the storm and had the best night we've had all year. I don't know if it was the incoming front or what, but the walleyes were hitting hard. We kept 9 over 14" and missed about 4 or 5 more. I have only been getting a few each time out so this was much needed. Went out yesterday same spot and only managed two worth keeping. Had to downsize tremendously & even had hooked one with a power grub and tiny jig. Anyone else have any luck that night?

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Quickstrike

didn't get out fishing, but i did see lightning for the first time in the winter. couldn't figure out what that flash was until i heard some weird sounding thunder afterwards.

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ewirz

I was out on Fish the night of the storm. Finallay got a line wet right after sun down. Only had two small eyes and a rock bass. We stayed until 8 ish. Must not have been holding my mouth right. I thought for sure that the wind was going blow us across the lake. We were marking quite a few fish but couldn't get them figured out. Enough to drive a guy to drink....or maybe that was the problem....

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wormburner

We got on the lake at 7ish in the morning, fished till 6 pm, around 3 o'clock, the fish started to turn on, got into some real nice crappies and some huge bluegills and a walleye here and there with the occasional pike mixed in. So far for the season, it was the best day we had on FL all year, we were in about 14 f.o.w. The strangest thing was, the crappies would not bite above the bottom, you could watch on the Vex as they would drop down and take it towards the bottom foot or less, the bottom band on the Vex just light up! grin.gif

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MrSenarighi

Where were you at wormburner? Email me and we can talk about our spots if you don't mind. asenarighi@centennialmtg.com

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