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Lessons on humility being taught on Raybob #13601021 06/19/20 05:40 PM
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Fished Thursday and today I thought I had this lake figured out but she threw me for a loop this time First of all the wind is terrible to say the least check the usual spots and only get a few while getting tossed around by the waves check some other spots nada and when you do find them they refuse to bite brief surface action with nothing but tiny males try for the big girls underneath and just like that they have vanished Gunna try it one more day and I hope Iā€™m not going home with just a few bags of filets


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Re: Lessons on humility being taught on Raybob [Re: Luke57] #13601488 06/20/20 12:03 AM
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I have been finding them 15 to 20 feet down. Still sporadic. Let us know how you do.

Re: Lessons on humility being taught on Raybob [Re: Luke57] #13601806 06/20/20 11:49 AM
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A five mile per wind on Ray Bob can be tuff.

Re: Lessons on humility being taught on Raybob [Re: Luke57] #13601846 06/20/20 12:53 PM
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We were there yesterday (Friday) and also tried brush piles with limited success. Lots of boats and very windy taking some of brush piles out of the line up. We did find a few Crappie in the south coves east of the damn in timber in 10-16 fow. They preferred minnows over jigs. We ending up with 10 keepers and caught at least than many dinks.

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