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Medina Sunday #13465150 03/09/20 01:21 PM
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It was cold (for Texas) and Windy until around 11 or so when I finally put in my little kayak and started fishing. Right when it warmed up and bit and the wind slowed down I was able to catch two bass. Nothing very big but it was fun and they fought hard for their size. Then the bite went away and I didn't see anyone else catch anything.

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Re: Medina Sunday [Re: CarlB] #13466171 03/10/20 10:56 AM
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Thanks for posting your report. You are right Sunday was chilly and so WINDY and the bite definitely went south for anglers fishing the tournament that day. Hopefully will some warmer weather patterns the fish will get out of their funk they've been in lately. Of course we need rain badly as she continues to drop daily, good thing you have a kayak and not a bass boat.

Debra smile

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