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Targa98

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  1. Or possibly those 4 & 5 were 6 Lbers before the had spawned out. I know a couple of the 4 Lbers wheeler has caught were long and skinny, def spawned out. Id say that will have a little to do with it.
  2. Thank you very much. I am very unfamiliar with this lake and its gonna be a new experience either way.. Thank you very much for your time and help!
  3. Hey navery, thanks for the info. Is there a place I can find where the high water ramps are?
  4. Again, this isnt the same thing you've seen on TV before. Same MLF format but it's the Bass Pro Tour and not the summit cup. They wont be aired til fall but you can watch the live streams on they're website
  5. Guys, this weekend is the Crappie and Carp trip i was talking about last week. Can anyone tell me what the lake conditions are right now in different places after all the big rains have passed?
  6. Hey oneshot, Im soposed to be comming up on Saturday this week and was gonna throw a flat bottom in there at Fairfield, Is that even possible and any idea what the water condition is there? Plans may have just changed. LOL
  7. Hes my pick this week, awesome dude, with MDJ and DC to go with him. All three making the top 10 cut would be pretty cool.
  8. Im going to go with Wheeler and MDJ and Connell, i love to watch these guys compete against each other as friends also. Wheeler is a great TW guys and DC just has a couple top tens already. MDJ will finese and get the numbers he needs to make the cut as will Wheeler.
  9. Pretty darn good idea and honestly I dont even own any so I've never tried it. I will def be picking some up and give that a shot and keep them in the boat. Any suggestion where or what types work well?
  10. I agree, the only reason I was forced to run around 3 is because my trolling motor battery had died and I was not ready to go home yet. So I was forced to save a little battery and try to run the motor as slow as I could. We did catch a few that way so I'm not going to say it did not work but it's like you said that would pull out of their mouth usually and we just be stuck with the rear hook still in. I don't get to go nearly as often as I would like so when I'm not ready to leave I will do almost anything I can just to stay on the water. LOL
  11. I know we were running our baits at about 13-14 ft bc wed hit bottom at that depth. The days weve been up last week it seemed like the trolling motor out fished the big motor by far. I think we were around 1.3 or so. At that speed the fish were hooked well with both front and back hooks. At the higher 3 mph speed with the big motor, the fish seemed to only catch the back hook and we lost way more fish on the way to the boat
  12. We had similar resluts doing the exact same thing in those depths. Congrats!!!
  13. And fyi, the water went from 68 on Sunday to 62 in thur when I was there. All the females we caught were still full of eggs and I'd say at least a week away from being ready. The eggs were not loose or runny at all. If this helps anyone. This only applies for the mutton creek area of the lake for us because we stick within a few miles from there everytime.
  14. I was out yesterday and it was cold. The fishing was fair again as we did come home with 20 crappie and 1 walleye. Most were caught in the mutton creek cove out of the wind and everyone of them was caught pulling #6 bright colored flicker shads. We were in water 12-17 foot trolling very slowly. The bite was better the slower we went. Not sure this is gonna help anyone but that's what we found
  15. It's all good, anytime any of y'all see me feel free to holler at me. I'll be fishing around Mutton Creek today until 6 ish then I'm meeting a buddy over at CC and we are going to do some bowfishing this evening
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