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Joe Pool Lake advice #13703380 09/17/20 05:46 PM
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Looking for fishing spots, lures tips. Places to avoid so no boat damage. I did post earlier this week but somehow my post got deleted or I did it when I did an edit, so if you posted before no need to post again here.
Anyways.... TIA for the tips.


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Re: Joe Pool Lake advice [Re: Ilikefishing13] #13703584 09/17/20 09:33 PM
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Unless we get a major cold front or two, the fish will still be deep. I would idle around and use your electronics to locate offshore structure and brush piles. Go to work with a big worm, Carolina rig and 6XD...There are some giants in there....

Re: Joe Pool Lake advice [Re: manhunter] #13703856 09/18/20 03:40 AM
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Originally Posted by manhunter
Unless we get a major cold front or two, the fish will still be deep. I would idle around and use your electronics to locate offshore structure and brush piles. Go to work with a big worm, Carolina rig and 6XD...There are some giants in there....

MH... what is "deep"? I fish JP all the time and I'm just not sure where they are this time of the year.
thanks
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