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#12433210 - 09/19/17 04:26 PM Drifting for daydreams
Littlefeather Offline
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Registered: 11/16/15
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Loc: Brownwood, Texas
Drifting and dreaming for two days now. Can't wait for cooler weather and a solid blue cat trip. I'm really getting ready for some bigger fish. Not to complain too much though. Could have been working instead of drifting and dreaming of Winter! Just a few pics to share. [img]http://texasfishingforum.com/forums/pics/usergals/2017/09/full-98731-180660-img_7131.jpg[/ [img]http://texasfishingforum.com/forums/pics/usergals/2017/09/full-98731-180665-img_7125.jpg[/img]
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Ended up with 11 total all about the same size. All released. Great day to NOT be working. Amen!!!
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#12433220 - 09/19/17 04:31 PM Re: Drifting for daydreams [Re: Littlefeather]
Nickbyrd Offline
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Beats work any day sir

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#12433263 - 09/19/17 05:08 PM Re: Drifting for daydreams [Re: Littlefeather]
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Hang in there!!! cheers
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#12433325 - 09/19/17 06:02 PM Re: Drifting for daydreams [Re: Littlefeather]
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Don't be afraid to look shallow early and late on wind blown flats. One with structure and a good creek or River channel close by would be a good place to start. You can catch plenty of solid fish this time of year just have to be on your toes and trying every option.
Here's a September pig to help motivate.
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#12433334 - 09/19/17 06:07 PM Re: Drifting for daydreams [Re: Littlefeather]
Littlefeather Offline
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Whoeeeee! That's s bunch of salt in my fresh wounds! I fished down to 7' in some creeks. To no avail! I'll find some sooner or later. Trying some new lakes next week.
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#12433361 - 09/19/17 06:32 PM Re: Drifting for daydreams [Re: Littlefeather]
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clk, that's exactly what I did today. I fished a shelves early before the sun came over the trees. Sure enough the blues were in the shallows feeding on shad and bluegill.

Littlefeather, I thought that was a pig floating by the boat until I realized that was a drift sock.


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#12433437 - 09/19/17 07:26 PM Re: Drifting for daydreams [Re: Littlefeather]
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Look shallower 2 to 4 ft.
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#12433509 - 09/19/17 08:08 PM Re: Drifting for daydreams [Re: Littlefeather]
Littlefeather Offline
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2-4'? Slip float?
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#12433529 - 09/19/17 08:20 PM Re: Drifting for daydreams [Re: Littlefeather]
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No Sir Santee rig or I will even pull the float off at times if I have enough waves to keep the bait bouncing around.
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#12433585 - 09/19/17 08:56 PM Re: Drifting for daydreams [Re: Littlefeather]
Littlefeather Offline
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Loc: Brownwood, Texas
Thanks for your input, Sir. My Pb blue came out of roughly 2-3' on santee. Just hard to force that shallow hunch sometime.
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