Jump to content
OzarkAnglers.Com Forum

Topwalker

Members
  • Content Count

    7
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Topwalker

  • Rank
    Bleeding Shiner

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Since when should you tell anyone how to spend there money? If anyone goes into a small club level tournment and thinks they are gonna make money they need to rethink y they are there but I enjoy fishing tournments for the competition and I've met alot of new friends and made some great memories. But telling someone they should go spend their money on other things than tournments is completely ridiculous. This is a free country
  2. I am a tournennt angler I care about the lakes i fish. I have saved countless bass from hooks in their mouth's or worms they are trying to digest I try not the throw my plastics in the lake. I am also looking at this as an outsider to your lake I am from Stockton but when I come to tablerock I catch a ton of Kentucky's prolly 80% they all seem to be between 12 and 17 inch there are some really nice small mouth in your lake I have caught them up to 3 lbs i know there are big largemouth in the lake but I'm usually thrilled to catch a 16 inch fish. Now if your not going to allow tournments to bed fish or complain when they catch fish in July and augest then when do we need to fish winter time? There is tons of money brought to your area due to tournament bass fisherman. Somebody brought up early about there being a 5 dollar fee for lake restocking I think for the bigger tournments that's a great idea. As far as the fish being relocated that is a major problem on every lake because they usually take off by the darn or the biggest ramp on that lake and all the fish from the rivers that tend to be more largemouth get reflected and don't replenish I see that as a problem but you will never see the tournaments take them further than outside the cove they launch in to dump them and there is no way to make them do differently.
  3. I fish Stockton all the time for bass and it never seems to amaze me the way these fish change. Caught fish today from 4ft to 35ft jig worked well and caught the deep fish on a jigging spoon all smaller fish did catch some better keepers on a jig in 15 to 25 ft of water hear there is a good jerk bait and a rig bite I have caught some on the a rig but they were in 20 ft also I'm already ready for spring to come back around again
  4. I fish Stockton all the time for bass and it never seems to amaze me the way these fish change. Caught fish today from 4ft to 35ft jig worked well and caught the deep fish on a jigging spoon all smaller fish did catch some better keepers on a jig in 15 to 25 ft of water hear there is a good jerk bait and a rig bite I have caught some on the a rig but they were in 20 ft also I'm already ready for spring to come back around again This post has been promoted to an article
  5. The tournament is tomorrow I'll be one of the guys chasing the green fish and not deer in the cold weather
  6. I know it's a very conditional lake I tried the spinnerbait in the timber like the BASS guys were doing only catching one keeper in practice. I don't have the kentuckys on my lake like tablerock has I actually enjoy catching them deep but I found very few I looked on the gravel points and in the trees and seen some fish in the trees but they were very picky as I only caught 3 in 4 days. Our tournment looked to be won way up the James which I tried to find some fish past the bridge past cape fair but never found much guess I should have went further .
  7. I fished the joe bass championship I don't post much on the forum usually but I enjoy reading the forum throughout the year. I had a descent first day with 9 1/2 lbs with a limit. Caught those on green pumkin orange finesse jig with a zoom super Chuck trailer green pumpkin. Had 4 in the boat by 10 am then didn't get another bite till 330 ish and caught 2 fish out of marina dock stalls in 35 to 25 ft of water on a drop shot 1 lm 1 ky the ky was a keeper then my buddy broke off a big one in the next stall. Thought that would we a good pattern on Sunday with them calling for slick and sunny. The wind actually seemed to hurt my bite on Saturday so I was excited. Sunday was a different story I had one bite all day and it was a keeper ky caught in 47 ft of water over 80 ft with timber present. Tried the jig on similar areas as day one ( chuncky rock points and bluff ends in 10 to 15 ft of water)and went back and tried the Marina's with no luck. Alll fish caught with in 5 minutes of long creek marina. I get to come down to table rock about 2 times a year and I always seem to catch it when it's tough. I like a tough tournment but it was alot tougher than I expected compaired to how my home lake is fishing. Also had a 3.86 smallie in practice on Friday boy was that fun. Tight lines everyone
  8. I tried to find this bite for 2 days and never got it going only got 1 short smallie on the jig and he was in a point in about 12 ft could mark tons of fish in 25 to 35 but they never gave the jig a chance wish I could have had the days you have been having they look fun
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use.