Jump to content
OzarkAnglers.Com Forum
Softwormz

Accessible Boat Ramp

Recommended Posts

12 minutes ago, Ketchup said:

Im thinking the dbl Co. blade spinnerbait should be the ticket about now. Im biring my nails to get out.  

Yup, I'd say that double willow should do some damage!:-)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, motoman said:

Yup, I'd say that double willow should do some damage!:-)

Double Colorado I meant.........absolutely; get that extra thump in there. (The elements have me a bit clapped out from being on the water the past couple days:-P

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
13 hours ago, motoman said:

It was a bit of a grind.........had 6 in the boat in an hour and a half fishing Ned (2 keepers) on the original shoreline this morning........plucked one out of the bushes with a keitech........I suspect more and more will move in; slowly but surely. I threw a spinnerbait in the flooded stuff here and there; in hindsight, probably not as much as I should have though. Rest of the day took some work to boat a total of 12. Great weather though. Glad I didnt cancel our trip; due to all the gloom and doom reporting. 

-

WARNING: SCARY IMAGE AHEAD

-

(that pic was from just hours ago. Water looks pretty great to me:-)

IMG_4968.JPG

Thats a good fish. Man that water looks better than our last 2 tournaments.  Congrats on a good one. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Some of you guys crack me up with your "Diehard fisherman" attitude. LOL! :lol:

We don’t know if the op even knows how high the lake has come up. He might be thinking it’s just a few feet high from this rain. But to say it’s not so bad and that nothing should stop anyone from fishing is just plain stupid.

To the op, the lake is abnormally high, so much that many of the popular ramps are closed and the lake will not fish the same for awhile. From one fisherman to another, don’t go full retard…I mean Diehard. There’s better fishing further north. Contact me via pm if you need specifics. Good luck whatever you decide.

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
2 hours ago, chi0082 said:

Some of you guys crack me up with your "Diehard fisherman" attitude. LOL! :lol:

We don’t know if the op even knows how high the lake has come up. He might be thinking it’s just a few feet high from this rain. But to say it’s not so bad and that nothing should stop anyone from fishing is just plain stupid.

To the op, the lake is abnormally high, so much that many of the popular ramps are closed and the lake will not fish the same for awhile. From one fisherman to another, don’t go full retard…I mean Diehard. There’s better fishing further north. Contact me via pm if you need specifics. Good luck whatever you decide.

 

Hes correct all you stupid people. Get off the darn water and quit doing stupid stuff. Not only is it stupid to launch, but its stupid to think you can find decent water were theres actually fish with abnormally high water.  So all of my other posts about just go fish, delete those and listen to this smart guy. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
29 minutes ago, Ketchup said:

Hes correct all you stupid people. Get off the darn water and quit doing stupid stuff. Not only is it stupid to launch, but its stupid to think you can find decent water were theres actually fish with abnormally high water.  So all of my other posts about just go fish, delete those and listen to this smart guy. 

Yes please get off the water....I will take the fall for everyone and venture out myself and attempt to catch them for everyone lol.  I hear the fish are up super shallow and if you can troll in past the trees cast up onto grass and drag it into the water and hold on. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now


×

Important Information

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