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When do you fish feeder creeks? #13470773 03/13/20 11:05 PM
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Warm water discharge creeks excluded. Do you fish them all year round? Do you find creeks to be more productive during certain times of the year? What's your experience?


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Re: When do you fish feeder creeks? [Re: i-Fish] #13470779 03/13/20 11:09 PM
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Re: When do you fish feeder creeks? [Re: i-Fish] #13471255 03/14/20 01:08 PM
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Short answer is year round but it can be more complex than that. Which feeder creek depends on depth, water clarity, wind, topography and makeup of the bottom, where on the lake it is situated, etc.

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Re: When do you fish feeder creeks? [Re: i-Fish] #13472680 03/15/20 06:21 PM
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year round is right but the best time is spring and fall due to migrations for Spring spawning and Fall feeding

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