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Re: PK Report [Re: gborg] #13272224 09/06/19 03:34 PM
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Originally Posted by gborg
Water temps drop into the upper 60's, we will start seeing some stripes. If not, the lake will be a sandbass and black bass paradise.

I was just thinking this, with all the bait, PK structure in general, and no Striper competition, we will likely see some big bass get pulled out in the next couple years. Silver lining....

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Originally Posted by Andrew Murphy
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Water temps drop into the upper 60's, we will start seeing some stripes. If not, the lake will be a sandbass and black bass paradise.

I was just thinking this, with all the bait, PK structure in general, and no Striper competition, we will likely see some big bass get pulled out in the next couple years. Silver lining....


The lake is producing some healthy Black Bass now. Lots of solid 5's and larger ! Flooded cedar on sand bars close to deep water will produce some real fatties early am as the water cools.

Re: PK Report [Re: PKfishin] #13277166 09/11/19 11:55 AM
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Will be there for the first time this weekend and I'm really looking forward to it.


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u want more of a he's dead ratio then a she's dead percentage. after its 51% she's dead you get headaches blindness and the stream part. like dizzy i guess.
Re: PK Report [Re: PKfishin] #13280331 Yesterday at 01:14 AM
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The stripers and Crappie are still out there. I did not persist catch the fish but I did help clean them.
Expect PK to get better with cooler weather.


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Re: PK Report [Re: PKfishin] #13280506 Yesterday at 10:32 AM
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Very nice Randy, haven't been to PK in a while. Thanks for the update.

Re: PK Report [Re: PKfishin] #13280540 Yesterday at 12:30 PM
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Don't look like they all went down the river. LOL . when fish get a little hard to find they all went down the river. Sure you always loose some .
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Re: PK Report [Re: RANDY WOOD] #13280864 Yesterday at 07:53 PM
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Wow. Well that just baffles me. I would have bet that was impossible. I am fishing live shad at night at green lights and spots that in the past were striper hot spots. I haven't caught a keeper striper in months. It's been all LM bass and perch with a few sandies.


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