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Went to fellows after the storms went through.

Got there about 10, 10:30am main lake temp.38*

Back of creeks 44* caught 5 out of less than 2' on jig off

Stumps.12-15" . They where not hitting it, it just felt like a leaf.

Couldn't get bit on stick bait. Lots of shad in most of coves with creek

In it.

Darrin

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Interested what branch you were fishing. I was thinking about heading up there but that 38 degree water might deour me. With water that could, I don't know if I could be patient enough to work a stick bait or not. Have you caught any walleye in the winter months on stickbaits?

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Went to fellows after the storms went through.

Got there about 10, 10:30am main lake temp.38*

Back of creeks 44* caught 5 out of less than 2' on jig off

Stumps.12-15" . They where not hitting it, it just felt like a leaf.

Couldn't get bit on stick bait. Lots of shad in most of coves with creek

In it.

Nitro - I bet you had a good fishin partner with you to help you find those fish - LOL

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Nitro - I bet you had a good fishin partner with you to help you find those fish - LOL

No all he could catch was shad on his stick bait. Wasn't much help at all skeeter see ya when you can catch something but bait.

Darrin

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No all he could catch was shad on his stick bait. Wasn't much help at all skeeter see ya when you can catch something but bait.

You may want to clarify that your "big bass" of the day was indeed a buglemouth bass aka carp!

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You may want to clarify that your "big bass" of the day was indeed a buglemouth bass aka carp!

Yes but I didn't count that one that would have been six fish in the boat to

Your one little shad. One little shad all day of fishing I think I would give up.

But your hard headed and stubborn.

Darrin

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Interested what branch you were fishing. I was thinking about heading up there but that 38 degree water might deour me. With water that could, I don't know if I could be patient enough to work a stick bait or not. Have you caught any walleye in the winter months on stickbaits?

Any cove with creek and stumps in it, we didn't get a bit on stick bait. I think shad need to start dying off and it hasn't got cold enough. But if you catch any on stick bait I would like to know. Thanks, darrin

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