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LOP Check-In #13483474 03/23/20 02:04 AM
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Looking to get away from the all things Coronavirus for a trip to the Pines. What kind of pointers can you give me to find a few? Are they shallow? Staging? Brush Piles? Creeks? Up the lake? Down near Johnson/Hurricane Creek? Up around 155? Just want some general ideas so I can enjoy my day away from this media blitz. Thanks!

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Fish shallow around buck brush up north, down south in any of the creeks.

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Got a few yesterday. 1-6ft on jigs and minnows. Creek channel timber also good from what I hear. I am low tech on the sonar/optics so stuck with the shallow bite. It should improve with the next warm up this week. Lake came up with latest rain. Caught several nice cats shallow on minnows also.

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