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Winter - Bank or Offshore Timing? #13413549 01/23/20 04:00 AM
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I've marked several waypoints I plan on fishing this weekend, offshore humps, steep banks, channel swings and rocky points. Question: is there an order you should fish them considering water temp and/or time of day? And now with dirty water, will that affect timing?

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Re: Winter - Bank or Offshore Timing? [Re: Kamper12] #13413561 01/23/20 04:33 AM
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Iā€™d start north west side that gets the morning sun.


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Re: Winter - Bank or Offshore Timing? [Re: Kamper12] #13413623 01/23/20 12:03 PM
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cleanest water you can find in north facing pockets to start. Cold unstable water is the worst condition.


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