rps Posted August 5, 2018 Share Posted August 5, 2018 Don't ask me to explain why, but I went out at 5:00 PM this evening. I had hoped the crowd would be going home. I went down lake toward Eagle Rock. My first stop was a flat edge. I found bait fish, but no strikes. I did catch some fresh mono. See the picture at the end. The person lost over 100 yards of it. Can someone explain how that happens? My second stop was a tree stump on a outside turn bluff. I fished the deeper side at 37 feet with no bites. I fished the other side at 28 to 30 feet and caught a smallmouth. The next three fish were walleyes. When that tree would give no more, I moved about 50 feet to the next tree and picked up the last fish of my limit. The four were 23, 21, 19, and 18 inches. All fish came on a white War Eagle 1 oz. spoon. Water temp 83. This post has been promoted to an article Patlock, big c, nomolites and 9 others 11 1 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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