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Fayette 11-9-2020 #13763960 11/10/20 03:27 AM
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Fished Fayette today with Doc...We fished pretty much the whole day & ended up with around 20 bass...3 nice catfish, 4 tilapia & around 25 smallish bluegill. Water temp was mid to high 80s in the discharge area & mid 70s everywhere else. Water level was around a foot low as compared to summer levels. Bass were caught on Tsunami 2" swimbaits, Culprit 6 inch worms & Gulp Alive 1" minnows. Two of the catfish were caught on Gulp Alive 1" minnows & the other one was caught on worms. All of the Tilapia were caught on worms & around half of the bluegill were caught on worms & the other half on the Gulp Alives...Beautiful day to be on the water ! [Linked Image]
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Im heading there tomorrow. Hope to do as well as you guys did today. Im probably just going to target bass, but if they dont cooperate I will break out the bluegill stuff.. Did you guys keep anything to eat.

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coolphotos As always. Nice fish and a super variety. Good job guys. thumb




Side Note: Still catching some gills! Were that at the same depth as last week? Just curious. noidea


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Re: Fayette 11-9-2020 [Re: TomRom] #13764038 11/10/20 04:37 AM
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Originally Posted by TomRom
Im heading there tomorrow. Hope to do as well as you guys did today. Im probably just going to target bass, but if they dont cooperate I will break out the bluegill stuff.. Did you guys keep anything to eat.





Hope you post a report. Hope you get em. hooked


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Re: Fayette 11-9-2020 [Re: Vogey] #13764211 11/10/20 01:40 PM
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Very nice. That lake has been very good to you guys.

Re: Fayette 11-9-2020 [Re: Vogey] #13764255 11/10/20 02:06 PM
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Tom...We did not keep anything to eat, but thought about it with the catfish. Just fyi...we had a hot flurry of activity in the trees between 4 & 5pm. We both got broke off (on back to back casts) with good fish (using the deep trees to their advantage). They moved into the trees late, because they were not there in the morning.

Chuck..Yes...the bluegill were around the same depts...8-12 feet with a few a little shallower.

Curt...It really has. There are definite advantages to having a "home lake" . I have fished this lake since opening day in the 1970s and know it pretty well...however still learn something new almost every trip.

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Great fishing guys!


Side Note: Vogey. What month is the best bass bite. (On Fayette)

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Gitter ...I like Feb for BIG Bass & March April for numbers...May can be awesome as well, but starting mid March I am pretty much converting over to the sunfish extravaganza...

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Originally Posted by Vogey
Tom...We did not keep anything to eat, but thought about it with the catfish. Just fyi...we had a hot flurry of activity in the trees between 4 & 5pm. We both got broke off (on back to back casts) with good fish (using the deep trees to their advantage). They moved into the trees late, because they were not there in the morning.

Chuck..Yes...the bluegill were around the same depts...8-12 feet with a few a little shallower.

Curt...It really has. There are definite advantages to having a "home lake" . I have fished this lake since opening day in the 1970s and know it pretty well...however still learn something new almost every trip.





Thanks Steve. I am kind of keeping track. Good information to know. thumb


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The bite was slower for me than last week for sure. It did not pick until the afternoon. I found fish where they were nasty week it they were not interested. I boated 12 bass and lost about that many as well. I fished some for bluegills and they definitely were not interested. I saw two guides with afternoon trips so based on that and when I was getting bites, the afternoon bite was more productive.

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Tom...What type of water were the guides fishing ? Trees, offshore, points, creek channels, intake, discharge, dam ???

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The "Masters of Fayette" strike again. Good job guys. Glad to see some Bluegills still making the catch. It will be interesting to see how long this goes as it gets colder. cheers

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It was great to get out on the water Monday with Steve. Had a great time. Weather was fabulous. I actually caught 3 tilapia on BOC, my first time to catch tilapia on bait. I caught 3 in 3 casts and then no more ! Not sure what's up with that. We caught some bluegill but a shadow of what we were doing earlier this year. Still fun tho ! Some nice leaf color change starting around the lake.



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I love fishing this time of year Doc. Like you said some leaf color changes are taking place. thumb


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Steve. They were fishing offshore mainly. They seem to mostly fish CRigs with their clients because it’s easy for clients. They don’t use baits that cost a lot of money.

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