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Ray Hubbard 6/8 #13588001 06/09/20 02:03 AM
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Fun little quick trip on Hubbard this afternoon. Explored some new water and found a nice tree with some slabs hanging about. Pitched out any color jig with a nibble and ended the day will 11 nice keepers. Kids had a blast jumping off the back of the boat swimming while I reeled in some slabs. 2:45-4:45 fishing at this tree. I took quite a few 5 min breaks to jump in my self. It was HOT out there! [Linked Image]
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Re: Ray Hubbard 6/8 [Re: Coachzee] #13588040 06/09/20 02:42 AM
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Good post! Nothing wrong with cooling off with kids

Re: Ray Hubbard 6/8 [Re: Coachzee] #13588102 06/09/20 03:37 AM
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If u don’t mind my asking,What graph are you using? Have a Blessed Day!

Re: Ray Hubbard 6/8 [Re: Coachzee] #13588126 06/09/20 04:31 AM
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Nice fish. thumb


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Re: Ray Hubbard 6/8 [Re: Coachzee] #13588241 06/09/20 12:14 PM
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I was just telling the wife the other day that I am going to start hitting Hubbard more often


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Re: Ray Hubbard 6/8 [Re: Coachzee] #13588269 06/09/20 12:39 PM
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Love that graph pic!


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Re: Ray Hubbard 6/8 [Re: Coachzee] #13588402 06/09/20 01:46 PM
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I have a helix 9 mega SI g2n.

Hubbard can be tough but when ya find them it can pay out. I’ve spent quite a few years just idling in the right depth zone for summer crappie and marking trees and brush. If fishing is slow or tough in winter, I’ll spend that time looking for new spring and summer trees and mark for later.

Re: Ray Hubbard 6/8 [Re: Coachzee] #13588793 06/09/20 06:56 PM
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That's a great screenshot! It's so cool when you can even see their tails in the shadow. cheers


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Originally Posted by MilesHunter
That's a great screenshot! It's so cool when you can even see their tails in the shadow. cheers

Agreed

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