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3/19 Bass Report


Lifes2Short

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Fished from 7:30 to 2:30 out of Roark.  Hard NW wind and water temps were 48 to 51.  Best 5 went about 15lbs.  Jig, blades and crankbaits worked for us.  Found most fish in 2 to 6 FOW including this 6.7 beauty!!!

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Heck ya  2 short    way to go!

its got  a little tough this week 

you always seem to have a bag 

 How far up did you catch them ?

Looks like that famous crank  took some more 

2 hours ago, btlifes2short said:

Fished from 7:30 to 2:30 out of Roark.  Hard NW wind and water temps were 48 to 51.  Best 5 went about 15lbs.  Jig, blades and crankbaits worked for us.  Found most fish in 2 to 6 FOW including this 6.7 beauty!!!

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Congratulations on such a beautiful fish. I have yet to catch one like that. Would you say that the wind makes the difference for being able to fool bass like this? It seems like crazy winds really gets them going and off their guard. But, on the other hand, it looks calm where you are in the photo, and is that pea a gravel bank? Again, what a fish!

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This little cut was totally calm but that was pretty much the exception, most all the other fish were on windy banks.  Most of the fish yesterday were bluff-bank/chanel-swing fish.  Headed back up in a few hours to see if the pattern is still working on more of the mid-lake stuff.  Tight Lines!

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20 hours ago, blacknoseddace said:

Congratulations on such a beautiful fish. I have yet to catch one like that. Would you say that the wind makes the difference for being able to fool bass like this? It seems like crazy winds really gets them going and off their guard. But, on the other hand, it looks calm where you are in the photo, and is that pea a gravel bank? Again, what a fish!

the wind is always your friend power fishing.

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