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Strange afternoon on LOP #12850896
08/02/18 05:49 PM
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95% of my fishing is in the early mornings but I had a chance to go yesterday after 4:00. There was a nice breeze and it was not awful hot so I hit the lake.

Found several brush piles that were loaded up with fish but I could not get them to bite.
4 hours of fishing only caught 12 fish and those were one here and 1 there.

Re: Strange afternoon on LOP [Re: Buff2] #12851346
08/02/18 11:51 PM
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About the same yesterday morning and the water had an odd look to it.

Re: Strange afternoon on LOP [Re: Buff2] #12851451
08/03/18 12:56 AM
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I have been having trouble out there since mid June, had trouble finding them but even when I did couldn’t hardly catch them, I was doing really well, but when the water got real hot it’s like they shut off, haven’t been the last 3 weeks but was going to try this weekend.

Re: Strange afternoon on LOP [Re: Buff2] #12852471
08/03/18 07:34 PM
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I was out this morning and you are right brush piles are holding fish but hard to get them to bite. The ones I caught wanted the jig to be slowly dragged over the pile. I also found some on timber about 12 ft down.

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