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Joe Pool #13360021 12/03/19 02:51 PM
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Fished the Pool yesterday.. the lake is still down close to 3'. Also, it is very stained everywhere.. I wonder if it hasn't already turned over. Surface temp was 55 most places. No joy fishing.. 1 dink, lost one on a trap.

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Re: Joe Pool [Re: Bill Durham] #13360273 12/03/19 07:14 PM
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If it needed to turn over it probably did it in late October when winter got here, I think the stain is due to the wind, any wind at all murks that lake up bad. I caught some in 12' and sand bass in 18-24' feet last couple times I went, early November I think it was. The shallow fish had hit the road. Jigs and slow crankbaits.


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Re: Joe Pool [Re: Bill Durham] #13360281 12/03/19 07:24 PM
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Typically when a lake is low and it is windy, it will stain more. This is due to the waves hitting dirt instead of grass on the shore. Lake definitely turned over in early November when it was 20 degrees.



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