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10 May 2013 - 11:56 PMAin't long now and we can break out the big poles. Looking to get my son his 1st 50" fish this year. He has a new rod and reel and thinking he is gonna get it done this year.
Wanna get him a 50 incher, in July troll the middle of the with spankys 2 and 50 on the boards and I dare you not to catch one lol
2 and 50? Sounds like torture bro! You can get the fatty's with less than half that line out with the Spanky's! Just sayin...
24 April 2013 - 05:38 AM
With all this rain we've been getting, it shouldn't be a problem.
22 April 2013 - 08:33 PMYou can catch cats all year long, some people even ice fish for them. Location is relative to water temps, that's the info you need to dig up. As far as bait, hard to beat fresh cut bait. Come to think of it, rotten, stinky cut bait works well too! Good luck!
21 April 2013 - 07:16 PMI've had lots of luck on Kent. It's also a no wake lake...
14 April 2013 - 08:18 PMWasn't on my boat. jumped on an "open seat" post from this site. Did see a couple boats just like mine at Mudd, one with exact paint, the other older with blue highlights. Caught my 1st fish on purple jig/black WW, 2nd white jig/chart 4" gulp minnow, 3rd fish white jig/ 3" minnow. Had a hit on purple Jig/black WW with half a crawler. Boat owner got both all his fish on yellow finn S, 29" might have had a minnow on it (he kept losing them) told him to just hook them through the head and not the lips. The fish we caught at mudd were all west of island, would setup just west of point on south side of island and try and drift the 10-20' drop off. The guy had 2 other really nice fish on that got off half way up. Son is already jumping up and down wanting to go next weekend.
As far as the minnows go, they'll probably stay more lively hooked through the lips rather than the head. The trick is to put a stopper on after you hook the minnow. A very small chunk from one of your used plastics works perfectly!