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Still slow?

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On July 26, 2017 at 11:49 AM, WeekendWarrior said:

Yes it is still slow unless you pull up on right spot at right time early or late. Will get better shortly when kids get back to school and boat traffic slows down.

Very true words as too the right time and place.  I was convinced do to some of the action I found around my dock from mid afternoon to early evening that the best period had shifted to a few hours earlier. So I set off at 4:30. All I managed to do is get knocked  off my boat seat by a wake. Nothing got started till about 6:30. I caught 3 keepers then 2 over 15" and one over 17" in a short peroid and  was in by sundown. All of them around 25'ft. I will be out there again this evening. Lots of suspending fish. Been trying to get them to cooperate.. tried spoons and slow sinking plasic worm with no results This evening going to  see what a big sinko might do .

 

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Just returned from our trip down there.  Bass were non-existent for us, but the crappie cooperated at least under the docks.  Couldn't catch anything and I threw everything in the tackle box at them...its amazing what 3.5 inches of rain will do to the lake temperature.  86/87 when we arrived on Tuesday night and 81.5 when we left yesterday morning.

 

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  1. I caught 13 bass off one point yesterday, I would get over the school on my graph and just pitch out to them in 18' of water and wait for the tug.  Not one keeper!

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i have to think on LOZ water temperture as applied to LOZ in general does not tell tell you a whole lot. Some bass live deep and some shallow. Then there is the shaded docks that cool the water under them. Also LOZ bass are great ones for suspending. In any  case none like sunshine on them except in the winter. 

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