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Change of Pace. Slow day! #13626830 07/11/20 01:50 PM
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Changed up the scenery and fished a small hill country river this week. I was with my trusted buddy Jeff. We fished from kayaks between 7am and 12 noon and only caught 10 fish. 8 sunfish and 2 bass. We only had one in the 8" range which was a Bluegill. The rest were in 5 to 7 inch range which included Redbreast, and Hybrid Sunfish. The two bass were small and were in 12" range. Rooster Tails white in color with a medium retrieve got the best results. Anytime on the water is a good time but catching more fish would have made it even better. On a good note there was only one other kayak that we saw on the water. woot



Side Note: Will be chasing crappie the next few weeks! Also hope to get some nice Bluegill hanging with them. hooked

Re: Change of Pace. Slow day! [Re: Laker One] #13626856 07/11/20 02:24 PM
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Agree with you. Whether catching or not, anytime on the water is good.

Re: Change of Pace. Slow day! [Re: Laker One] #13626868 07/11/20 02:39 PM
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Nice post LO. At least you got in some fishing time.

Re: Change of Pace. Slow day! [Re: Laker One] #13626990 07/11/20 04:44 PM
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Sound like a great time..... Better bonuses ahead..... Stay At'um


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Re: Change of Pace. Slow day! [Re: Laker One] #13627046 07/11/20 06:04 PM
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Nice report Curtis. I think there is a second spawn going on now. Depending how deep you guys were fishing could be the reason for few nice fish. Bigger females might be on nest the bigger males close by. thumb


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Curtis...nice report...waiting for your 1st report from Fayette this year...

Re: Change of Pace. Slow day! [Re: banker-always fishing] #13627666 07/12/20 01:41 PM
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Originally Posted by banker-always fishing
Nice report Curtis. I think there is a second spawn going on now. Depending how deep you guys were fishing could be the reason for few nice fish. Bigger females might be on nest the bigger males close by. thumb





Thanks Chuck. We fished shallow, deeper pockets, brush piles, and grass beds. Could not find them. If they were spawning we were not in that area for sure. Plan on going back early fall. woot

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Nice report Curtis. I think there is a second spawn going on now. Depending how deep you guys were fishing could be the reason for few nice fish. Bigger females might be on nest the bigger males close by. thumb





Thanks Chuck. We fished shallow, deeper pockets, brush piles, and grass beds. Could not find them. If they were spawning we were not in that area for sure. Plan on going back early fall. woot




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Re: Change of Pace. Slow day! [Re: Vogey] #13630231 07/14/20 03:06 PM
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Curtis...nice report...waiting for your 1st report from Fayette this year...





Hopefully soon. Planing a trip with my two friends Jeff and Steve. If Steve goes we will take his boat. If not it's kayak time! Hope to make it out there this month! woot

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