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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from zarraspook in 5/23 bass report   
    Got on the water at 8:30 am and off at 3:00 pm.  There was some rumbles of thunder so I decided to get off the water while the getting was good.  I don't think I would look good with curly hair if I got hit by lightning!  😆.
    The fishing was better and worse than on Monday.  It was better in that I caught more fish per hour than on Monday, but it was worse in the overall quality.  Only 8 keepers today as opposed to 21 on Monday.  Not sure if they just had lockjaw or if they are moving out deeper.  I ended up catching 65.  All but 2 came on the ned.  Those 2 came on a fluke.  6 to 10 feet of water was best.  I fished from Orleans Trail to the dam, however I did hit one cove close to where the Big Sac and Little Sac part.  Was disappointed to see that an eagles nest is no more.  It was in an old dead tree and I think the area where the nest was is now broken off.  Several years in a row I would see a young one being raised.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from Daryk Campbell Sr in Multi species report 5-22-18   
    I went fishing on Monday with 2 good friends.  They weren't there in body, but in spirit.  Two friends that I fished with quite often.  I lost one of them in 2006 and the other earlier this year.  I thought about them a lot while on the water Monday.  Interesting that you tell a similar story.  
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from JestersHK in Multi species report 5-22-18   
    I went fishing on Monday with 2 good friends.  They weren't there in body, but in spirit.  Two friends that I fished with quite often.  I lost one of them in 2006 and the other earlier this year.  I thought about them a lot while on the water Monday.  Interesting that you tell a similar story.  
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from Royal Blue in 5/21 Bass report   
    Put in at Orleans Trail at 9:30 am and headed to the east side of the lake into one of those big bays with a gravel bank.  My report is almost exactly like Dutch's except I didn't catch a nice kicker fish like he did.  You would think I would stumble across one of those once in a blue moon but I never seem to.  I fished from Orleans Trail to State Park.  Water temps were  73.5 to 75 degrees. Water was about as clear as I've ever seen it.  I would say a good 10 to 12 foot clarity.  Maybe a little more.  As Dutch reported, I found the fish a little deeper in 6 to 12 feet of water.  Caught most of them on a ned in green pumpkin or PB&J.  Caught 8 others on a super fluke.  Ended up with 70 bass.  21 were keeper size but nothing over 16 1/2.  I fished a very long day.  From 9:30 am until 8:30 pm.  Caught primarily smallmouth which is just fine by me.  Dave Reeves (dtrs5kprs) would be proud of me.  I finally fished the ned the way he teaches.  Dead sticking.  I never had the confidence to know if I was throwing it where fish were, so I tend to move it much faster than he teaches.  I hit a stretch of bank where the smallies were congregated.  14 to 16 inch smallies.  I would cast it out and let it hit the bottom and just wait.  About 10 to 20 seconds you would see the line twitch.  Then it would start to stretch as the fish ran with the bait.  Always before I would let it hit the bottom and immediately start hopping it back.  If I had landed everything I had solid bites on, I would have been pushing 100 fish for the day.  I don't know how many times I had fish pick up the bait and start running with it.  I would go to cross their eyes and the bait would just pull free.  I assume they were just grabbing it by the tail, or were just dinks.  I tried a variety of hook set techniques.  Most times though on the ones I caught the fish were really choking on the bait.  


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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from Johnsfolly in Multi species report 5-22-18   
    I went fishing on Monday with 2 good friends.  They weren't there in body, but in spirit.  Two friends that I fished with quite often.  I lost one of them in 2006 and the other earlier this year.  I thought about them a lot while on the water Monday.  Interesting that you tell a similar story.  
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from Royal Blue in 5/21 Bass report   
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from dan hufferd in 5/21 Bass report   
    Put in at Orleans Trail at 9:30 am and headed to the east side of the lake into one of those big bays with a gravel bank.  My report is almost exactly like Dutch's except I didn't catch a nice kicker fish like he did.  You would think I would stumble across one of those once in a blue moon but I never seem to.  I fished from Orleans Trail to State Park.  Water temps were  73.5 to 75 degrees. Water was about as clear as I've ever seen it.  I would say a good 10 to 12 foot clarity.  Maybe a little more.  As Dutch reported, I found the fish a little deeper in 6 to 12 feet of water.  Caught most of them on a ned in green pumpkin or PB&J.  Caught 8 others on a super fluke.  Ended up with 70 bass.  21 were keeper size but nothing over 16 1/2.  I fished a very long day.  From 9:30 am until 8:30 pm.  Caught primarily smallmouth which is just fine by me.  Dave Reeves (dtrs5kprs) would be proud of me.  I finally fished the ned the way he teaches.  Dead sticking.  I never had the confidence to know if I was throwing it where fish were, so I tend to move it much faster than he teaches.  I hit a stretch of bank where the smallies were congregated.  14 to 16 inch smallies.  I would cast it out and let it hit the bottom and just wait.  About 10 to 20 seconds you would see the line twitch.  Then it would start to stretch as the fish ran with the bait.  Always before I would let it hit the bottom and immediately start hopping it back.  If I had landed everything I had solid bites on, I would have been pushing 100 fish for the day.  I don't know how many times I had fish pick up the bait and start running with it.  I would go to cross their eyes and the bait would just pull free.  I assume they were just grabbing it by the tail, or were just dinks.  I tried a variety of hook set techniques.  Most times though on the ones I caught the fish were really choking on the bait.  


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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from nomolites in Multi species report 5-22-18   
    I went fishing on Monday with 2 good friends.  They weren't there in body, but in spirit.  Two friends that I fished with quite often.  I lost one of them in 2006 and the other earlier this year.  I thought about them a lot while on the water Monday.  Interesting that you tell a similar story.  
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from BilletHead in Multi species report 5-22-18   
    I went fishing on Monday with 2 good friends.  They weren't there in body, but in spirit.  Two friends that I fished with quite often.  I lost one of them in 2006 and the other earlier this year.  I thought about them a lot while on the water Monday.  Interesting that you tell a similar story.  
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from dprice in 5-19-18   
    Ketchup and Dprice,  you guys are killing me.  Maybe I can get down there Monday.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from liphunter in latest on stockton   
    I don't have a single problem with anyone keeping bass to eat.  But for me personally,  I don't keep bass.  I leave them for tournament fishermen, or recreational fishermen like myself.  I just love to fish.  I'm pushing 60 years old and I remember the first fish I ever caught like it was yesterday.  I was probably 4 years old.  Caught it at Wabaunsee Lake in Kansas.  My pole was a broken off car antenna.   My parents would ground me from fishing to punish me.   It worked,  but it was brutal! 😀
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from 5bites in latest on stockton   
    I don't have a single problem with anyone keeping bass to eat.  But for me personally,  I don't keep bass.  I leave them for tournament fishermen, or recreational fishermen like myself.  I just love to fish.  I'm pushing 60 years old and I remember the first fish I ever caught like it was yesterday.  I was probably 4 years old.  Caught it at Wabaunsee Lake in Kansas.  My pole was a broken off car antenna.   My parents would ground me from fishing to punish me.   It worked,  but it was brutal! 😀
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from waterpossum in latest on stockton   
    I don't have a single problem with anyone keeping bass to eat.  But for me personally,  I don't keep bass.  I leave them for tournament fishermen, or recreational fishermen like myself.  I just love to fish.  I'm pushing 60 years old and I remember the first fish I ever caught like it was yesterday.  I was probably 4 years old.  Caught it at Wabaunsee Lake in Kansas.  My pole was a broken off car antenna.   My parents would ground me from fishing to punish me.   It worked,  but it was brutal! 😀
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from dprice in latest on stockton   
    I don't have a single problem with anyone keeping bass to eat.  But for me personally,  I don't keep bass.  I leave them for tournament fishermen, or recreational fishermen like myself.  I just love to fish.  I'm pushing 60 years old and I remember the first fish I ever caught like it was yesterday.  I was probably 4 years old.  Caught it at Wabaunsee Lake in Kansas.  My pole was a broken off car antenna.   My parents would ground me from fishing to punish me.   It worked,  but it was brutal! 😀
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from wtr dogs in latest on stockton   
    I'm one of those that treat bass as a sacred cow.  I don't tournament fish, but many do.  So I leave the bass to swim another day so the population stays up and those that do tournament fish have a better chance at success.   I will keep crappie and walleye if I get into a mess of them.  To me there is no better eating fish.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from LOGROG in latest on stockton   
    I'm one of those that treat bass as a sacred cow.  I don't tournament fish, but many do.  So I leave the bass to swim another day so the population stays up and those that do tournament fish have a better chance at success.   I will keep crappie and walleye if I get into a mess of them.  To me there is no better eating fish.
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    Skeeter ZX190 reacted to dprice in Cedar ridge   
    We got to enjoy the sun today   Was A nice change from  Kimberling City  
    Back of The boat was busy. first trip we have had together this year    We had fun and had I don’t know how many  
    We fished a Worm and many on swim baits  in  wind   



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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from tho1mas in New air conditioners   
    It's supposed to be 90 degrees on Stockton the next few days.  Can you install one on a Skeeter ZX190?  😃
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from terryj1024 in 5/4 and 5/7 crappie report   
    Put in on 5/4 at State Park and headed toward Shawnee Bend.  Fished some deep cuts along a bluff.  Water temps were 63 to 64 degrees.  Fish were scattered except for one spot we hit were they were ganged up.  We ended up catching our limit of 30 crappie.  Probably caught 70 fish total including bass, perch, and white bass.  All came on either a 1/16th ounce jig in white, or yellow and white.  
    On 5/7 I put in at Long Shoal and headed toward the Hwy 7 bridge and fished a cove on the east side.  The water temps had risen significantly since Friday.  74 degree water.  Started about 2:00 pm and quit at 5:00.  Brought home my limit of 15 crappie.  3 were females that still had eggs but they were runny.  Think the spawn is almost over.   All came on a 1/16th ounce white jig in 2 to 6 foot of water. 
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    Skeeter ZX190 reacted to Dutch in 4/26. Mixed bag   
    Only 10 bass today. 2 keepers.  1 spot and a 4.25 green fish. 

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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from mrgungho in Water Clarity/Temps   
    I was one of the vehicles at Ruark Bluff.  If it's that crowded for a Tuesday, what's it going to look like on Saturday???
    My temperature guage was reading 57.1 to 58.5 everywhere we went in Son's creek.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from ewlech in April 24 crappie report   
    After reading Lifes2Short's crappie report, I couldn't resist going and giving it a try.  Put in at Ruark Bluff at 9:00 am  and headed up Sons Creek.  57.1 to 58.5 degree water.   Ended up cleaning 28 crappie.  Most were 10.5 to 11.5 but the biggest was 14.  Mixture of males and females.  Most fish came out of 4 to 8 foot of water.  Used a 1/16th ounce jig with a white or white & yellow curly tailed grub.  Also had a bonus 17 inch walleye.  We also caught 2 white bass and a big drum.  Got off the water at 2:00 pm.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from Dollar Bill in April 24 crappie report   
    After reading Lifes2Short's crappie report, I couldn't resist going and giving it a try.  Put in at Ruark Bluff at 9:00 am  and headed up Sons Creek.  57.1 to 58.5 degree water.   Ended up cleaning 28 crappie.  Most were 10.5 to 11.5 but the biggest was 14.  Mixture of males and females.  Most fish came out of 4 to 8 foot of water.  Used a 1/16th ounce jig with a white or white & yellow curly tailed grub.  Also had a bonus 17 inch walleye.  We also caught 2 white bass and a big drum.  Got off the water at 2:00 pm.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from tho1mas in April 24 crappie report   
    After reading Lifes2Short's crappie report, I couldn't resist going and giving it a try.  Put in at Ruark Bluff at 9:00 am  and headed up Sons Creek.  57.1 to 58.5 degree water.   Ended up cleaning 28 crappie.  Most were 10.5 to 11.5 but the biggest was 14.  Mixture of males and females.  Most fish came out of 4 to 8 foot of water.  Used a 1/16th ounce jig with a white or white & yellow curly tailed grub.  Also had a bonus 17 inch walleye.  We also caught 2 white bass and a big drum.  Got off the water at 2:00 pm.
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    Skeeter ZX190 got a reaction from dan hufferd in April 24 crappie report   
    After reading Lifes2Short's crappie report, I couldn't resist going and giving it a try.  Put in at Ruark Bluff at 9:00 am  and headed up Sons Creek.  57.1 to 58.5 degree water.   Ended up cleaning 28 crappie.  Most were 10.5 to 11.5 but the biggest was 14.  Mixture of males and females.  Most fish came out of 4 to 8 foot of water.  Used a 1/16th ounce jig with a white or white & yellow curly tailed grub.  Also had a bonus 17 inch walleye.  We also caught 2 white bass and a big drum.  Got off the water at 2:00 pm.
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