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Re: Whitney Striper? [Re: onthefish] #13350957 11/24/19 12:43 AM
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Had another great trip today. Had a 2 man limit of stripers by 8 am dead sticking white 5" flukes. Caught almost twenty stripers in in about an hour and a half then went looking for sand bass. Caught a whole bunch of small sandies with a few large keepers on slabs and flies above. The stripers and sand bass are grouped on the edges of the main river channel and deep holes near the river channel.


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Re: Whitney Striper? [Re: onthefish] #13350975 11/24/19 12:54 AM
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Wished my graph would light up like on every trip roflmao

Re: Whitney Striper? [Re: onthefish] #13351667 11/24/19 09:19 PM
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Did you find them north of Katy bridge again?

Re: Whitney Striper? [Re: onthefish] #13359090 12/02/19 02:48 PM
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Great Screenshots! What unit are you using? Trying to make a decision on one to buy.
Thanks

Re: Whitney Striper? [Re: onthefish] #13359630 12/03/19 01:03 AM
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today was a little tough but BOBO's Thumper helped . Found em but they were not hungry. The bite was very very light even by dead sticking standards. I am looking for suspended stripers 18-30' (these fish are usually actively feeding) in 40-50 fow around the main river channel. If I don't see fish above 30' I move on and continue to looking. When I find them suspended (like in the screen shots below) I will use the trolling motor to go back and forth across the channel till the graph goes blank then turn around and go the other direction.




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Re: Whitney Striper? [Re: Big_Fin_Fish] #13359631 12/03/19 01:04 AM
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Originally Posted by Big_Fin_Fish
Great Screenshots! What unit are you using? Trying to make a decision on one to buy.
Thanks

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Re: Whitney Striper? [Re: onthefish] #13359703 12/03/19 02:35 AM
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44 Diesel. Thanks for the mention sir. Those are awesome screenshots.


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Re: Whitney Striper? [Re: onthefish] #13359836 12/03/19 06:38 AM
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44 What type of boat are you in?

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Nice screen shots for sure 44. I noticed that your output voltage is pretty consistent. Are the shots with the big motor on? Do you run your unit (s) off your cranking battery?

Re: Whitney Striper? [Re: honey hole] #13359944 12/03/19 01:40 PM
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44 What type of boat are you in?


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Re: Whitney Striper? [Re: massbaster] #13359946 12/03/19 01:42 PM
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Originally Posted by massbaster
Nice screen shots for sure 44. I noticed that your output voltage is pretty consistent. Are the shots with the big motor on? Do you run your unit (s) off your cranking battery?



Most of those were taken while on the trolling motor. Yes both graphs are wired to my cranking battery. When I fish by myself like yesterday I will put my console unit on standby

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44 What type of boat are you in?


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10-4. I was out Sunday 2ish - 5pm. I figured we might have seen each other. As others have repeatedly stated, great screenshots.

Re: Whitney Striper? [Re: onthefish] #13360790 12/04/19 03:38 AM
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Thanks for the screenshots.
You sure found a mess of fish.
Hope you continue to find them like this.

Re: Whitney Striper? [Re: onthefish] #13362059 12/05/19 03:20 PM
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You guys might pull some horse head jigs with curly tails real slow with the trolling motor. In years past this worked when deadsticking did not. When we have warm streaks like this they want a little more action.
Strolling I believe is the term most folks would use.
Whitney is close to my deer lease so after my trips at PK this weekend I may run over to Whitney.


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Re: Whitney Striper? [Re: onthefish] #13364582 12/07/19 10:23 PM
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another good trip this morning. Just about every fish is ovr 18". The schools are getting bigger. We found a large group of fish willing to cooperate that was about a 1/4 mile long. We got off the school and instead of looking for fish we headed to the house to watch football. Most of the stripers dropped below 30' and that's when they get difficult for me to catch on artificials. All fish caught dead sticking. The stripers are kinda mixed in with some magnum sandies. Starting to see some skinny long stripers in with the fat and healthy ones

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