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Big M area, July 30

My first day on TR since June 20.  I knew it would be a challenge to find some fish, and it was.  Dragged a jig in a timbered cove first thing in the morning, had one solid bite and that was it for the jig.  After that, I spent some time scoping deep water spots hoping to find some schooled fish - never really found any except for off the end of one gravel point in 30 FOW I managed to catch a couple of 13" spots on a drop shot worm.

After that I decided to live or die dragging a c-rig around with a Rage Craw, that did bring me a couple of largemouth (one keeper) and a walleye.  The c-rig fish were in 15-20 FOW on a flat that came out from a chunk rock bank.  If I had to do it over again, I would have just thrown the c-rig and jig all morning.

6 bass total, only one keeper.

Left at 1030, boat traffic was getting pretty busy and the bite, what there was of one, tailed off.

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9 hours ago, Dutch said:

That beat me on Stockton today.  Do you think the cold front had any thing to do with the fishing?

Hard for me to say, I certainly did not find any big schools like 196 had found.

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