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A Foggy August 27th on the Upper End


rps

I did not go out until nearly 9 this morning. The fog was heavy and did not break up easily. I fished a top water in the last of it for about 40 minutes. I landed the only fish to hit it, a pumpkinseed.

I started looking for walleye. The last time I was out I caught four short ones. The first two today were also short. Oddly, all six would have been Stockton keepers. I finally landed a small keeper about 11:30 and declared victory. Besides, the bank side baptism in Spanish that I had been watching was over and the big boats were coming out.

Fish were between 25 and 30 feet deep and bit a crawler harness dragged on a channel hump. Water temp was 80.

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rps, thanks for the report. Glad to know that you still have enthusiasm even though classes have begun. Good luck this school year. 

Mike

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7 hours ago, m&m said:

rps, thanks for the report. Glad to know that you still have enthusiasm even though classes have begun. Good luck this school year. 

Mike

Thanks Mike. I love my job, but I do need my lake time.

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