Been catching LOTS of Whites on RC the past couple of weeks, but just one problem and that's a "good news bad news" story. Good news is that we're catching a LOT and the next year or so looks outstanding. Bad news is that you have to catch about 10 fish to get a keeper. Almost everywhere you fish you'll find first year Sandies and Hybrids that are about 6" long. You literally have to move and move again to find Keeper fish. We've had a couple of limit out trips lately but most trips we've averaged around 35 Keepers and then done some Catfishing. All our fish coming on RSR Silver or Chartruse Slabs in water depths of 15'-25'. Main Lake Points, Roadbeds, and all the normal locations. The Flats have a lot of fish on them but mainly small ones. The "Trollers" are picking up a few bigger Sandies and some 16" Hybrids. No one I've talked to has found many good schools of good fish. Hopefully the cooler weather next week will turn on the bigger fish.
Here's some pics of the trips last Weekend and the past couple of days:
Give us a call and Let's Go Fishin'!