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It is getting really close. Water temps are almost there. I was at 10C yesterday and didn't see anyone with fish, but I have seen a few pics here and there that some people are hitting them. They have somewhat started from what I have seen, but not full blown yet. Give it a couple of weeks and then hold on!

"you can always beat the keeper, but you can never beat the post"

There are only three things in life that are certain : death, taxes, and the wind blowing at Capps Creek!

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Put in around 9:30 at Twin Bridges. The parking lot was about full Went up Spring. Water is lightly stained not clear but not muddy. WT 50. Tried several spots without success. Got up near to 10 bridg

Went back again this evening.  We kept 20 total...should make a good mess of fish for the youngest birthday. caught em all casting jigs in a 100 yard section of the river above the piers.  Probab

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This cold will push it back into April, some males had shown up to Baxter dam.....1st warm rain after the next moon phase should make it happen....however walleyes are getting caught before this last snap....shhhhh 

MONKEYS? what monkeys?

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Yeah, last year wasn't anything compared to the year before. So hit and miss just like always! ugh

"you can always beat the keeper, but you can never beat the post"

There are only three things in life that are certain : death, taxes, and the wind blowing at Capps Creek!

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2D1066EC-E8AF-42C8-9160-9F29CD87F847.jpegPut in around 9:30 at Twin Bridges. The parking lot was about full Went up Spring. Water is lightly stained not clear but not muddy. WT 50. Tried several spots without success. Got up near to 10 bridge. Started back down ran into a group of boat saw a few fish being caught. Stopped and took part. Quickly landed  4 and thought I was going to slay them rest of the day. Then it stopped for me other kept catching. 7 for me. 3 sows. Also snagged 2 nice gar in the morning. 1 kitty and 1 drum to round it out. 

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Nice. My feeds are starting to show people catching them, but it isn't consistent yet. I know the water temps are climbing steadily so it shouldn't be a whole lot longer until it is on fire.

"you can always beat the keeper, but you can never beat the post"

There are only three things in life that are certain : death, taxes, and the wind blowing at Capps Creek!

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I went fishing on Tuesday, March 9.  We did really well.  We caught about 45 but only kept 34.  They were really nice size.  The largest was 17" but most were around 15".  The ones we threw back were about 10".  I normally would have kept the smaller ones but the 10 inch fish look rather small when you are catching 15 inchers.  We tried jigs but did the best on flicker shads. Most people were going way up river and there were about 6 boats just north of the floating docks.  I don't know why they were there.  I didn't catch much in this area and I didn't see anyone else catching there either.  We fished from the irrigation pump all the way to the floating cabins.  We never found any one place that had them really stacked up.  

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