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Any Whitney reports? #12835093
07/20/18 01:32 PM
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Planing on going this weekend. How’s it been?

Re: Any Whitney reports? [Re: basscatcher01] #12835200
07/20/18 02:54 PM
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Got a buddy out there right now sending me pics while I'm working. Killing me. They're thrashin' em.


Re: Any Whitney reports? [Re: G Love] #12835573
07/20/18 06:44 PM
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What are they hitting on ?

Re: Any Whitney reports? [Re: basscatcher01] #12836016
07/21/18 12:39 AM
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Still some topwater action going on white bass and small stripers, EARLY. we got ours yesterday on live shad.

Re: Any Whitney reports? [Re: basscatcher01] #12837247
07/22/18 09:44 AM
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Clay kills them everyday . Only the big ones are biting on shad . But the big shad are hard to find


May your wiener schnitzel always stay above your lederhosein.
Re: Any Whitney reports? [Re: basscatcher01] #12842418
07/26/18 12:03 PM
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going next weekend, kinda curious too

Re: Any Whitney reports? [Re: basscatcher01] #12845014
07/28/18 05:52 AM
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Sand Bass and small stripers are schooling on top early, but they don't stay up long. As soon as they are up they go down. There are lots of schools popping up, but they don't stay up long enough to run over and fish them. Your best bet is to find fish on the surface and then track the school with electronics once they go under. They will surface again shortly. Don't waste your time trying to hop over to surfacing fish. You will only get frustrated, because they will disappear about the time you get over to them. They are feeding on tiny shad. When I say tiny I mean 1/2" - 3/4" long shad.
At Daybreak they are surfacing just outside of Harbor Master. After 30 minutes they go down and stay down. Then the action pics up between the island and the white cliffs.

Re: Any Whitney reports? [Re: basscatcher01] #12846849
07/30/18 02:40 PM
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Wednesday we boated over 100 fish Sand Bass/schoolie Striper mix. Friday a buddy went and caught 3 limits of Striper with the biggest 16lbs. I went back Sunday and caught 12 fish, 6 of which were keepers. The only difference I could find is boat traffic. And it's fishin roflmao


Re: Any Whitney reports? [Re: basscatcher01] #12855750
08/07/18 12:42 AM
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Finding them on the flats and on the edge of the main river channel







Re: Any Whitney reports? [Re: basscatcher01] #12858162
08/08/18 10:59 PM
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Monday and today caught a few stripers and sandies, they are on top feeding on shad just before day light till about 8:30.
They are tough to catch, jig spoons, silver rattle trap, umbrella rigs with swim fish.

Re: Any Whitney reports? [Re: basscatcher01] #12859716
08/10/18 05:19 AM
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I agree with Floydster. I will add that after they stop feeding on top we have been successful drifting live bait through the schools until they break up.

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