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Skunked on Lewisville #13587206 06/08/20 03:02 PM
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Been catching them real consistent lately. Went last night and nothing. They all moved or just where not biting. I have not found them like I had last week. Water temp went from 84 to 88 from last week to this week. East wind last night. Anybody have any ideas? Looked from my original spot to deeper .

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Re: Skunked on Lewisville [Re: oakpointaggie] #13587637 06/08/20 08:29 PM
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Few thoughts: There are old sayings that goes something like " Winds from the North the fisherman goes not forth", "Winds from the east the fish bite the least", "Winds from the south it blows the hook into their mouth" and "Winds from the west the fish bite the best". You had an east wind which historically is not great conditions.

Also, are you guessing the fish are there or how confident are you with your fish finder? Takes time to learn to understand them but reason I'm asking is your post doesn't show a lot of confidence in if the fish were even there to start with, i.e. "they all moved or just were not biting". You need to learn to read the graph so you KNOW the fish you are targeting are there and not guessing. This takes lots of experience and going with a guide can shorten the learning curve. I also show lots of videos on my youtube channel trying to teach people to read their fishfinders when it comes to white bass and hybrids.


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Re: Skunked on Lewisville [Re: oakpointaggie] #13588232 06/09/20 12:05 PM
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Fish shallow , as in less than 15 feet and close to deep water.

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