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#10956556 - 07/04/15 09:31 AM This is a first
taterpop Offline
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Registered: 01/30/13
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Our lake Wright Patman is HIGH about 15ft high while fishing in flooded timber about 20ft depth I noticed that channel were very shallow to the point of seeing the wiskers on the catfish.Even after chuming I could not get a bite until I started fishing about 3ft deep in 20ft of water.What caused the fish to be so at the top of the water food or the need for air?

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#10956669 - 07/04/15 11:18 AM Re: This is a first [Re: taterpop]
Capt. Michael Littlejohn Online   content
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No need for air, most likely the feed was on top...not on bottom. Could have been floating algae or larvae they were feeding on or an insect hatch.

Whatever it was, ya made tha adjustment and got'em!
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#10956746 - 07/04/15 12:40 PM Re: This is a first [Re: taterpop]
taterpop Offline
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Thanks, should I maybe put a chum bag at about 3 to 4ft to draw them in at that depth?

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