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Thinking about an early trip Saturday morning, putting in at PB 1 and trying to catch something before it gets too hot. Anyone having any luck in that area? About how far down can you go before the traffic gets bad this time of year? I've only been here spring or fall until now.

Thanks all!

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I have a friend that fishes the upper end of the Glaize a couple times a week, and according to him the boat traffic/wakes aren't bad until you get below Anderson hollow.   He has been catching some decent LM on swim jigs and worms, and getting into some Whites on spoons and jigs in the evenings. 

I wouldn't mind hitting the extreme upper Glaize with buzzbaits and frogs right now, while the lake is still 659+,  just for kicks.

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23 hours ago, fishinwrench said:

I have a friend that fishes the upper end of the Glaize a couple times a week, and according to him the boat traffic/wakes aren't bad until you get below Anderson hollow.   He has been catching some decent LM on swim jigs and worms, and getting into some Whites on spoons and jigs in the evenings. 

I wouldn't mind hitting the extreme upper Glaize with buzzbaits and frogs right now, while the lake is still 659+,  just for kicks.

It's already down to 658.75 and their pulling pretty hard in the afternoons.  I was going to explore up that way today but only made it as far as the flower cove...whatever thats called.

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3 hours ago, shrapnel said:

It's already down to 658.75 and their pulling pretty hard in the afternoons.  I was going to explore up that way today but only made it as far as the flower cove...whatever thats called.

Good to know! Thank you!! It's that time of year for sure!!

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