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curtisce last won the day on October 4 2020

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  1. Wind not as bad today. Fished north of twin bridges. Caught plenty of bass today but only a few keepers nothing big. Few smalles that were fat. Most the LM looked more post spawn belly wise. No bloody tails thought. Caught most in 10 fow Caught 6 walleyes 5 kept 3 were 18" Got a drum again
  2. Were out same day for the green fish. Started at Greenfield fihing plastics and jigs mostly, occ spinnerbait. Got on fish on ledgy rock. Had to hide from the wind went into Birch Branch everyone had the same idea. Probably 6 boats in the last cove. Headed uplake friend wanted to try crankbait on the riprap. I thought maybe an eye out deeper. I hook up with a nice LM, then another stayed there rest of the afternoon probably 2 dozen between us and a drum and a channel. Ended with 46 total 10 keepers biggest 3#. Headed back today.
  3. Wasn't it an FLW event. Most of the "pro" angler were local or regional. Also I couldn't find day 2 results.
  4. Had a guide show me once. He said if you think your'e fishing it to slow then your'e fishing it too fast.
  5. We fished out of Baxter, results not to different. Had one LM go 3.5#. Probably had enough keeper spots to make a limit between us. Checked the WFL results, anyone who caught just one fish had a bag weight of right at 2# +- an ounce so we had 11.5# sack😝😝.Orange/green Ned or Kietech for us.Thought about getting out before the snow today but one hour drive each way keept me at home.Anyone get out early?
  6. Wonder how many FLW boats went by and wanted to fish it😆😆 When you have 200+ boats competing for a spot sitting on a good ones sounds like a winning tactic.
  7. Went saturday, put in before 7:00 a hiway 10. What a mess, covered with soft mud except where the trucks and trailers had squished it away. The ramp is more useable if more of it in the water. Lots of company today. Counted 14 boats on one section. Water color is a bit off but not bad 1 ft of viz. Some small debris in the water. WT 54. Took my prop boat up as far as I could. Caught one nice male along a current seam thought it would continue but it didn't. Saw boats pulling in an occasional fish, many were dinks. Lots of moving around. Abandoned the upper part went down by the floating docks.
  8. my trolling batteries were on their 4th season so needed to get replaced. My new livescope was eating up a Proguide 27 so at the advice of a friend I went to Sam's and got AGMs A 31 for the cranking battery. He said get Diehard, I ended up with Duracell but it took a full days use 11 hours on the water and stayed over 12v .
  9. Arrive around 7:00AM. Styarted at Beaver Creek put inlooking with electronics for signs of fish. WT around 54 in morning. Found places with fish on LS but not any takes. Tried most everything we had to offfer. Went up past 160 bridge to the first shoal whch stopped us from going further. Caught a few nice males nothing huge. Lots of boats and not much catching going on. midday was very slow. Stated to see a little activity later in afternoon and the bank fisherman were arriving . fished around 160 bridge cahsing fish with LS some success. Worked our way back down stopping where we'd seen fish
  10. Look like twins. Mine felt like a hit then a log. Then it moved,had hopes of a big LM. After a couple hard pulls I knew I was fighting other than my quarry. A good fight though but hard to lip.
  11. My big fish of the day at Table Rock yesterday came on a Kietech SB
  12. Never know where you find them but if you don't have something in the water you what find out. great fish way to go.
  13. we went in on the Canda side with Boy Scouts years ago. My boy Scoout is now 31. Great trip, Kevlar canoes for sure. If you're goin to fish I would not try to cover lots of water and try and do a layover in one spot so you get more fishing time less paddling.
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