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S. tip of buff. Hot on Sun.

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With a north wind pushing us south on a perfect chop, Sun morning was hot. We One keeper in the well an decided to move shallower towrds the point an drft out. from six ft. we drifted into 9 an blammo!! a 23" then Blammo!! a 22" next drft a 21.5 " and another 22" then a pig hit very large. Shook off just ubder the surface, still had a leech on, droped it back down an Immediatly Blammo!! a 27". Then finnaly a 19.5 an finnaly started to pick keepers. The one that shook off was much heavier than the 27" bummmer. W filled out an headeed back to Sprngsteel. Such big fish all at once. Alot of fun. Later boar

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We were also there on Sunday. We didn't have as many big as you did, but the live well was full of NICE keepers. We only had 2 that had to be thrown back.

We found that when the wind died down, we actually had better fishing. Go figure. We would backtroll around the point and had a spot in 7' that would almost produce at least one keeper/drift. The deeper we got the smaller the fish.

We were staying overnight, so we headed in about 2:30. Came back out about 5 to do some C&R and they were still there. We used jigs this time and they were smacking'em.

Lots of fun....

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