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Any Pulaski reports?


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Looking for any recent reports.

Gonna do a little C/R fishing Thursday evening there.

I'll post my results.

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was out last night and it was pretty slow. boated 4 fish of which 2 where redeye rockies.

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Went out in a friends boat (yes, decided to let the boat owner come along, too :-) on Sunday eve. Absolutely gorgeous evening. One Nort for close to 3 hours, from the north weedbed after sunset. We trolled the east weedline break from the public access around to the channel to Little Pulaski. Wasn't any evidence of other catches from the people I talked to Sat eve or Sun eve at the docks, or saw out there either. A translation of the phrase "road apple" was the word frequently used in response to the query "howd ya do?" Pretty slow. We detoured into Little Pulaski for some pannies, but didn't have enough time to get serious, had lost bites, and wanted to be able to see the channel to get out of Little Pulaski. I talked to one friend that did much better on Buffalo Lake last weekend, tho.

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Call me stupid but what is a Pulaski Red Eye? Thanks

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Big Ol Rock Bass. The lake is full of them, they will slam 7" power worms, spinner baits, raps, anything you throw...SWACK! there's one

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Yea! They are like mosquitos...only with fins! Fun to catch when nothing else is biting though.

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Can you keep them? are they eitable?(sp).

thanks.Lynn

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Report from 5/19 on Pulaski

Very slow. In 3 hrs we only caught 3 pike. Not another fish even seen.

We tried shallow out to 22 ft.

One pike came on a spinnerbait shallow, and the other 2 came on jig/minnow in 12-13 ft.

Not much to report outside of that.

Water is VERY clear and weed growth is next to nothing.

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i have always had luck using a 5 to 6 foot lindy rig with a minnow torlling the shore line to the right heading out into the lake from the public landing in about 14 to 17 foot.

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Went out last night and nothing to report. Has anybody had any action on the rocks yet? I don't think they're there yet.

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