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redshad

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  1. I was up there Sunday and around High Point water really muddy and lots of floaters. Couldn't fish because of all the floating crap in the water. clears up below the 245 bridge.
  2. I guess it will on the pursuit channel at some point. That will be neat.
  3. We had a great time last year. ArcTournament Flyer 2019.pdf
  4. I have to agree with BilletHead. Keep the little ones and leave those big, tough, nasty tasting, smelly, slimy big one alone.
  5. Thanks, Mhyde, for sharing. Not only do they have a good line up of speakers they have some great items in the silent auction that usually go for way under retail prices. They have Lews and Shimano reals, TFO rods, several tackle packs all the pro speakers will donate tackle packs, Engle cooler, and some chili. It's at the Willard Jr High come on out. I plan on going.
  6. I had to take advantage of the nice weather and headed back up yesterday afternoon for some more fishing. I launched at Cedar Ridge at 11:00 and started fishing the insides of points in that area. It didn't take long I caught a couple at my first stop on a jerkbait. I headed to my next spot and same thing I caught 2 on the jerkbait. I noticed that all the fish I was catching were farther back in the pockets a ways from the points and in a little shallower water. I put down the jerkbait and picked up a wart. I pulled in a little closed to the bank and fished my way back out to the point.
  7. I talked my wife into going out a few hours yesterday. We launched around 11:00 at State Park and fished around that area on the little sac. It was pretty slow going for the first couple hours the water was slick and wasn't much biting. We finally started catching a few when the lightest of breeze started later in the afternoon. We fished mostly main lake points and just inside the point leading into the coves. The inside of the points seemed to be the best. It was pretty slow for the most part we ended up with 14 total 9 keepers. All but 1 was caught on a jerkbait natural shad color.
  8. I talked my wife into going out a few hours yesterday. We launched around 11:00 at State Park and fished around that area on the little sac. It was pretty slow going for the first couple hours the water was slick and wasn't much biting. We finally started catching a few when the lightest of breeze started later in the afternoon. We fished mostly main lake points and just inside the point leading into the coves. The inside of the points seemed to be the best. It was pretty slow for the most part we ended up with 14 total 9 keepers. All but 1 was caught on a jerkbait natural shad color.
  9. Yes, its a team tourney. I am sure you could fish alone if you wanted.
  10. First tournament the October 14th Stockton State Park . 7am to 3pm. $60 entry fee includes big bass. Payout is one in five and two big bass. No membership. Entry $10 goes toward insurance etc. $10 goes toward big bass. $40 goes toward total payout. Good Luck hope to see ya there! Anybody fishing Sunday? I haven't ever fished this series but might give it a go Sunday.
  11. We were camped at Cedar Ridge for a few days arrived the 27th to the 30th. The bass fishing was good when we had some clouds and slow with the bright sun. Thursday was slow all day the bites were few and very small. Friday started the same way we fished all the way to the back of Maze and only had 6 fish with 1 keeper. We headed in around 11:30 for a bite to eat and the clouds started rolling in and the wind switched to the north. We headed back out about 2:30 still cloudy and windy. The bite was on. I stared by hooking a good one on a plopper. Fought it for 30 yards and got it up to t
  12. Fishinwrench, "tomato-red" SSSSSSSHHHHHHHHH. You need to keep those words out your mouth.
  13. Yankee, the jig color didn't matter much. I change colors a couple times after I broke off in a brush piles. I usually stick with some green pumpkin with different colors mixed in. Our best docks had 15-20 foot of water on the front side, 8-10 on the back corners. The smaller fish are hanging out in front of the docks chasing the shad. All our bigger fish were on the back corners or along the side. We were targeting the first few little pockets in the coves. There were a lot of tournament guys on Saturday a lot of them were running to the back of the coves but were had our best luck from
  14. We are camping Thursday thru Sunday at Cedar Ridge. I haven't fished Stockton much at all this year. The wife and I did fish for about 4 hours a few weekends ago when the tropical storm remains moved through. We caught the really good right on the banks on buzz baits and wart type crankbaits. I thinks that was due to having a few days of cloudy rainy weather. I am not sure if it is happening on Stockton but the lakes I have fished lately they have ben on a big jig. With the cooler weather I thinking I should be able to get up the river a bit and catch them flipping wood. I will hit some
  15. We were up on the lake this weekend fished Saturday and Sunday. Saturday they were biting good. We caught most of our fish on back corners and sides of docks fishing the shade. We were throwing 1/2 and 3/4 oz jigs with rage craws trailers. Saturday pitch that big jig in there if they didn't grab it on the fall hop once or twice and they were on it. We caught fish pretty much all day long. We got off the water around 4:00 to go get some food. Sunday we were on the water at 6:30 and had a bout a 30 minute flurry first thing and then they slowed way down for us. We caught some fish but t
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