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#12830130 - 07/16/18 11:46 AM Re: Finesse is the game right now. [Re: shut-up-and-fish]
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Registered: 05/22/04
Posts: 210
Loc: The Colony, TX
Originally Posted By: shut-up-and-fish

Yes, sir, I rounded up a two-man limit this morning in some backwaters in my yak. Lake X - 5' of water with a 1/16th oz hand-tied black/chart pink head. I was pitching the bait out and bouncing it on the bottom back to the yak and they would smack it like they were mad at the world. 7' rod worked the best. My 8' and 10' rod not so much. 7am - 2pm
The fish were not relating to structure. Nothing there to hold to. I talked to a friend and he made a good point. Maybe they were relating to the school/each other.
Largest was 1.45 and all other fish were 1.1/4 on average.

The just of my added story to this post is to not be afraid to DOWNSIZE bait, rod, and depth.








Great info. We were staying under the bridge to keep ourselves cool. I see you have a PA12. I fish in a PA14. Are you running the Helix Mega on your yak? If so, what does it need in terms of battery capacity?
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#12830555 - 07/16/18 06:14 PM Re: Finesse is the game right now. [Re: ERNEST PATY]
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Yes, It is a PA 12 with a Helix 9 SI/GPS combo 1st generation non-mega. I have a couple of the Nocqua batteries and have not had any issues with them. One usually lasts me 8 hours +.

https://nocqua.com/

12V BATTERY
$49.99 – $99.99

Add an extra battery to your rig and extend your runtime during every adventure! A water-resistant, silicone skin encases the battery which is enclosed in a durable nylon sleeve. A thumb screw creates a water seal to protect the electrical connection and easily fastens to all NOCQUA gear.

For lighting applications, the Pro Series systems use the 4.4Ah battery and the Sports Edition uses the 2.2Ah battery; however, the batteries are compatible with both systems.
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#12831233 - Yesterday at 09:13 AM Re: Finesse is the game right now. [Re: ERNEST PATY]
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Loc: Irving, Texas
I need to get over and give lake X a try. Some good fish in that system.
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#12832297 - Yesterday at 10:34 PM Re: Finesse is the game right now. [Re: shut-up-and-fish]
Captain Yakker Offline
Outdoorsman

Registered: 05/22/04
Posts: 210
Loc: The Colony, TX
Originally Posted By: shut-up-and-fish

Yes, It is a PA 12 with a Helix 9 SI/GPS combo 1st generation non-mega. I have a couple of the Nocqua batteries and have not had any issues with them. One usually lasts me 8 hours +.

https://nocqua.com/

12V BATTERY
$49.99 – $99.99

Add an extra battery to your rig and extend your runtime during every adventure! A water-resistant, silicone skin encases the battery which is enclosed in a durable nylon sleeve. A thumb screw creates a water seal to protect the electrical connection and easily fastens to all NOCQUA gear.

For lighting applications, the Pro Series systems use the 4.4Ah battery and the Sports Edition uses the 2.2Ah battery; however, the batteries are compatible with both systems.


I’m thinking of going with those batteries for the weight reduction if nothing else. Thought you might be running the mega, which needs a bit more juice if I heard correctly.
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