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Big M area, July 30


Quillback

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My first day on TR since June 20.  I knew it would be a challenge to find some fish, and it was.  Dragged a jig in a timbered cove first thing in the morning, had one solid bite and that was it for the jig.  After that, I spent some time scoping deep water spots hoping to find some schooled fish - never really found any except for off the end of one gravel point in 30 FOW I managed to catch a couple of 13" spots on a drop shot worm.

After that I decided to live or die dragging a c-rig around with a Rage Craw, that did bring me a couple of largemouth (one keeper) and a walleye.  The c-rig fish were in 15-20 FOW on a flat that came out from a chunk rock bank.  If I had to do it over again, I would have just thrown the c-rig and jig all morning.

6 bass total, only one keeper.

Left at 1030, boat traffic was getting pretty busy and the bite, what there was of one, tailed off.

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9 hours ago, Dutch said:

That beat me on Stockton today.  Do you think the cold front had any thing to do with the fishing?

Hard for me to say, I certainly did not find any big schools like 196 had found.

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As Mars Blackmon used to say, "Must be the shoes."

Hard to miss those Soft Science dogs!

Nice job Quill!

"Never underestimate the power of stupid people in large groups."  George Carlin

"The only money ever wasted is money never spent."  Me.

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