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johndarin

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About johndarin

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    Black Crappie
  • Birthday 10/09/1983

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    Branson, Mo
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  1. You are right about that!
  2. I fished yesterday for about an hour and a half from Andy's house to the bottom of the narrow. I wanted to throw big streamers so I took my 8wt with 150 grain sink tip line and tied on a Galloups articulated monkey, molted color. Within the first 4 casts I had on small rainbow pretty much right behind Andy's on the bluff side. I had a lot of follows but nothing else until the top of the narrow which was a rainbow about 17in. There were 1.5 generators running which for me is perfect flow and water level for throwing big streamers.
  3. Fished today for about 3 hours. Fished in the trophy area from Trophy Run down to the narrows and caught them pretty good there on a cerise (pink) micro jig about 5 feet under a float. Also caught a few in the same area on apricot supreme McFly foam eggs dragging them on the bottom. After that I moved down to the flat just below short creek and caught them on a salmon/pink Trout Magnet on a 1/50th oz jig head again about 5-6 feet under a float.
  4. I have never fished for stripers and would appreciate some advice or tips. Probably going to be fishing for them more this winter.
  5. I like it! I think that it would be great if you would allow wading. I've always wanted to participate in a wade fishing tournament like that.
  6. I went today and long creek was full of trash! I didn't even try to fish there I just fished a little in cricket creek and caught some.
  7. The water temp at long creek was around 50 but thats at the opposite end of the lake from the james.
  8. Nice DD! Same place right? It was swarming with boats. To many for me thats why we moved to the confluence of the two creeks, no one within about 300 yards.
  9. Thanks DD! I'm not sure about Alaska, I haven't heard anything from them yet about next summer. Are you going back?
  10. Today was a very nice day. I actually got a little hot while I was out fishing today! the fishing was a little slower than yesterday but they were still cooperating. My dad and I fished the same area of Long Creek and caught crappie and white bass but there were a lot of other people in the same area. After a few hours we moved to Cricket Creek just to get away from the crowd but there were a few boats there too. We decided just to fish right where the two creeks come together and it was a good choice. We caught more crappie and white bass. The majority of the fish were in about 24 feet
  11. Today was a very nice day. I actually got a little hot while I was out fishing today! the fishing was a little slower than yesterday but they were still cooperating. My dad and I fished the same area of Long Creek and caught crappie and white bass but there were a lot of other people in the same area. After a few hours we moved to Cricket Creek just to get away from the crowd but there were a few boats there too. We decided just to fish right where the two creeks come together and it was a good choice. We caught more crappie and white bass. The majority of the fish were in about 24 feet
  12. Fishing today was great! The weather was decent but a little cool. The boat ride got a little chilly! We ran from the State Park ramp down to Long Creek and Cricket Creek. Right off the bat we were catching crappie! Kelland caught her first one ever jigging a swimming minnow on a tree right next to the boat! Most of the crappie we caught were on trees that we could see. We did catch a few on trees that we only saw on the graph. We caight them in 13 to 22 feet of water, with the majority in 18 to 19 feet of water. We did catch one that was in about 2 feet of water. The water temp
  13. Fishing today was great! The weather was decent but a little cool. The boat ride got a little chilly! We ran from the State Park ramp down to Long Creek and Cricket Creek. Right off the bat we were catching crappie! Kelland caught her first one ever jigging a swimming minnow on a tree right next to the boat! Most of the crappie we caught were on trees that we could see. We did catch a few on trees that we only saw on the graph. We caight them in 13 to 22 feet of water, with the majority in 18 to 19 feet of water. We did catch one that was in about 2 feet of water. The water temp
  14. I just got my TWIC card from the office in Kansas City. Took 1 week from start to finish. According to the USCG website for the 6-pack license you have to have a TWIC card in order to get the 6-pack license.
  15. i dont think so but if you bookmark it you can make it an icon like and app
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