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Whitney Bait or Flukes? #12500604
11/12/17 01:59 AM
11/12/17 01:59 AM
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Taking the kiddos to Whitney in the am, does anyone know if they’re deadsticking or biting live bait? Any help is appreciated, thank you

Re: Whitney Bait or Flukes? [Re: DILLIGAF] #12500867
11/12/17 05:44 AM
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Live bait would be best. Water temps at PK are not yet cold enough for deadstickind and I️ am sure Whitney is warmer.
Slowly pulling jigs or swimbaits would be better than deadsticking.


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