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  • Birthday 07/01/1970

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    Big Bass, friends, family and the Huskers baby! ! !

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  1. Made us work

    Thanks for the report. What part of the lake did you fish? Do you know what the water temp was? I haven't been out for 3 or 4 weeks.
  2. Falcon rods

    That's pretty dang nice of ya Champ!!
  3. October 9. Big M area

    Nicely done Quillback. I had a buddy fish that area on Sunday and boated 2 dinks for the whole day.
  4. Aunts Creek fishing

    I don't fish that area all that much, but looking at the forecast and knowing what cooler weather usually brings this time of year I would suggest a few baits. I like a 1/4oz spinnerbait with the skirt trimmed up some. A shallow squarebill Crankbait and my favorite thing - a buzzbait. A jig is always a must and I throw a straight worm a lot. Fish should be moving shallower, not sure they will be in the back of coves yet or not. Like rsp said - keep reading the reports and I suggest watching Eric Pray and Pete Weners video reports, good information with every report.
  5. no need to go the rest of the week

    Well done Bo.
  6. Buzzbait prep.

    I will have to give them a try.
  7. Buzzbait prep.

    I do like the Lunker Lure, but I do use others as well. I am very interested in taking you up on your fishing offer. The next few weeks are hectic for me, but will pm you later!!
  8. Buzzbait prep.

    I was wasting a little time tonight setting up a couple buzzbaits and thought that I would share what I do. I hope it helps someone set up theirs or have someone share their tips to help me. To me - the most important part of a buzzbait is the squeak or chirp that it produces, and the louder the better, as it churns up the water. The rivet that holds the blade on is rounded, so I flatten it out to the blade with some needle nose pliers. With it flat against the blade there is more surface area to rub together. You can see it flat in the top picrure if you zoom in. The second picture shows how the rivet is rounded from the factory. I crimp the rivet to the arm so it does not spin with the blade. The blade rubs against the rivet and makes more noise. My neighbor told me to do that. It seems to help. I then put one drop of Clorox bleach between the blade and the rivet to help speed up the corrosion process. I read in some artical that it helps increase the volume of the squeak. I don't know if it does or not, but I do it. If you have any thoughts or different methods to preparing buzzbaits - please post them.
  9. never catch them the same way twice in a row

    How much do your electronics play into the way you find them?
  10. Cape Fair 9/17

    How did today go?
  11. Cape Fair 9/17

    I launched at 6:30am and tried a couple different banks that I don't normally fish. I caught 1 that went 14.5" in the first 10 minutes, but it was slow after that. Like I normally do - I started with a black Buzzbait and only had 2 shorts on it. Water temp was77.4 when I put in and it ended up at 76.4 when I left at 1:15pm. Visability was a couple feet. I couldn't put much together. I caught a few here and few there. No keepers all day. I fished through the rain that lasted a few hours or more. I put 10 or 12 in the boat. I caught a double on a "deep little N". They were about 6" each. I caught a couple on a Mann's spinner bait, deep little N, rock crawler, buzzbait and a couple on a straight worm. I caught my very first Table Rock walleye that went 17". I caught it on a Rock Crawler. That was pretty awesome!! I ran across another poisonous snake. Not a good picture and I took a picture of these geese flying right over the top of me. I thought it was pretty cool.
  12. Big M

    That's a productive day!! Thanks for the report.
  13. Cape Fair 9/17

    I launched at 6:30am and tried a couple different banks that I don't normally fish. I caught 1 that went 14.5" in the first 10 minutes, but it was slow after that. Like I normally do - I started with a black Buzzbait and only had 2 shorts on it. Water temp was77.4 when I put in and it ended up at 76.4 when I left at 1:15pm. Visability was a couple feet. I couldn't put much together. I caught a few here and few there. No keepers all day. I fished through the rain that lasted a few hours or more. I put 10 or 12 in the boat. I caught a double on a "deep little N". They were about 6" each. I caught a couple on a Mann's spinner bait, deep little N, rock crawler, buzzbait and a couple on a straight worm. I caught my very first Table Rock walleye that went 17". I caught it on a Rock Crawler. That was pretty awesome!! I ran across another poisonous snake. Not a good picture and I took a picture of these geese flying right over the top of me. I thought it was pretty cool. This post has been promoted to an article
  14. Big M area 9/14

    Thanks for the report Quillback. What would you say the visibility is at that part of the lake?
  15. Phone service

    I have AT&T in the Cape Fair area and it works fine. I get service wherever I fish in that area.
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