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    walleye, stripers, hybrids, and black bass

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  1. Bed Bug Heat Treatment services

    I travel 2-3 wks/mo for my job and am knocking on some serious wood here... Mike
  2. I don’t believe anyone is zero, although my picks are sure trying...🙄 Mike
  3. Visit

    If you want clear water mid way in the creeks is the best place to find it; pretty good stain up and down everywhere I was last week. Mike
  4. Helix 12 si G2N

    Si is a game changer - look out fish! Mike
  5. This week

    ConorSixta and I bass fished the north side of Soap Creek Saturday and the crappie were scattered all over the first large shallow flat toward the back on that side...lots of guys fishing below it but it would have been easy pickin there with the float and jig rig. I caught a couple good ones on the jerk bait before moving on. ConorSixta had the only decent bass of the day below that on that dang a rig. Mike
  6. 8 lber caught yesterday

    25 is a good sack anytime. Have seen a few 8s but none of the 9s I hear about this time of year - they are definitely in there. Mike
  7. Trolling

    I catch lots of whites and crappie in 45 degree water...don’t do much good on walleye and stripers until 65+. Mike
  8. Trolling

    I mostly fish LOZ but usually whites and crappie can be caught easily trolling once the water starts warming in the upper ends of the creeks. They will suspend and feed in the upper basins on the way in and out of their spawning areas. I usually don’t do well trolling for walleye until after they finish spawning. Mike
  9. Correct. They were a bit cheaper a few years back..
  10. I run 2 series 31 AGM batteries with my Ulterra and a 27 AGM cranker; have never run low on juice with them and that’s why I run them. Just had to flip a switch on my MK charger when I went from wet to AGM. I bought my batteries at a wholesale club for a good price and have not been disappointed. Mike
  11. Brush piles

    AFGC did as well...do a search for last year. Mike
  12. Trolling rod holders

    Driftmaster Pros. If you go this route make sure to order reverse thread for your port side mounts and you will have no worries even with a 50# Blue Cat or 30# Striper trying to steal your gear. They have numerous angles and duals - I run neutrals on each side and angled in the front(boards)and rear. Easily removed and stowed. Mike
  13. Any Prop Shops Near Stockton Lake?

    Most stock props are marginal at best unless you upgrade from the start; if you appreciate good performance you won’t be sorry to invest in a spec’d prop for your rig - what works for one may not work as well(or at all) for the next due to boat weight, design, or boater needs. I run a lower pitched larger prop on my rig(and love it) so I can maintain good lift and control on Lake of the Ocean but I give up top end speed - an excellent trade off for me. Mike
  14. Looks like I fantasy tournament fish about the same as on the water.......not so well. Mike
  15. Lakemaster mapping for Bull Shoals

    This is what I do, but after a few actual vs map comparisons. Mike

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