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Whitney stripers 2/3/19 #13052338 02/04/19 08:17 PM
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Really only marked fish between railroad bridge and Nolan. Trolled one up there with a chartreuse crank. Not many mark anywhere north of kimball bridge to painted rock. Water was petty normal up by the rock. But still really stained from Hamm to Nolan. Water temp was 50 at Nolan. 55 up by Hamm. Even the crappie seem absent by the rocks.

Far cry from last year.

Re: Whitney stripers 2/3/19 [Re: cobia_254_cc] #13052519 02/04/19 11:20 PM
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It sucked today also. Found em but they were would not eat. Hoping this next cold front will kick em back in gear.

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Re: Whitney stripers 2/3/19 [Re: cobia_254_cc] #13052621 02/05/19 12:59 AM
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We caught two about half a mile from pioneer cove on live bait.

Re: Whitney stripers 2/3/19 [Re: cobia_254_cc] #13052710 02/05/19 02:02 AM
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I could hardly find a fish mark on the graph between Camp Creek and Chisholm yesterday. "Wild Thing".

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Re: Whitney stripers 2/3/19 [Re: cobia_254_cc] #13053268 02/05/19 05:26 PM
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I caught and released three stripers, all 20 inches long, out of Harbor Master close to the island yesterday. I guess they don't all head up toward the river.


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Re: Whitney stripers 2/3/19 [Re: cobia_254_cc] #13053332 02/05/19 06:24 PM
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I keep my boat at Juniper Cove. How long of a run is it from there up to the Nolan or the Hamm?

Re: Whitney stripers 2/3/19 [Re: Dad2rlkm] #13055388 02/07/19 03:15 PM
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On calm water it is a good 30 minute run or more at wide open throttle to the Nolan and probably 15 minutes more to Hamm Creek.

Re: Whitney stripers 2/3/19 [Re: cobia_254_cc] #13057963 02/09/19 10:53 PM
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they rebounded big time today. They were angry at the pink jig head with pink fluke. Caught fish in water from 50 all the way up to 16 fow.

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Re: Whitney stripers 2/3/19 [Re: cobia_254_cc] #13058070 02/10/19 12:57 AM
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Man I'm a Lowrance guy, but I love those graph shots! Thanks for sharing


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Re: Whitney stripers 2/3/19 [Re: cobia_254_cc] #13058150 02/10/19 02:04 AM
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44 Diesel, what kind of graph is that you're running?
Are all those pics from the same graph?

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44 Diesel, what kind of graph is that you're running?
Are all those pics from the same graph?



All screen shots from a Gen 1 Solix.

Re: Whitney stripers 2/3/19 [Re: 44 Diesel] #13058235 02/10/19 03:44 AM
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Thanks. What screen size is that one? Sure looks nice.

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Re: Whitney stripers 2/3/19 [Re: 44 Diesel] #13058390 02/10/19 02:09 PM
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44 Diesel, was the unit the same on Feb 4 as your unit on the Feb 9th post?

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Excellent solid intel, good to see the stripes are still around the base of the river channel.

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