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04 November 2013 - 10:53 AMSaturday was going to be a good morning to layout hunt, but things turned bad for a few duck hunters. i set up our spread and got our hunter into our layout and then went to anchor with the tender. after about 30 min we see a guy in another layout motioning for us to come over to him. so we motor over and he tells us his tender boat (12ft aluminum fishing boat) is out of gas and floating towards to middle of the lake. we make it to him and take him under tow. he has more gas waiting at the dock so we take him in and gas up his boat. return him to his tender and they motor on. 30 min later we see the guys in the 2 man waving us down again. we go over and they broke the pull cord on their outboard. we go ahead and pick up their dekes and take them under tow. we get to the 1 man layout and pull his dekes and take him under tow also. almost 1 hr later we get them to the dock. now the 1 man is totally full of water and a bitch to get turned over to drain. The older gent does hand me some money for my time and gas. (Thanks). we got back out to our layout and switched out hunters and hunted till about 2:30pm. ended up with 6 buffies. the hunters with me was there first time layout hunting and they did a good job. so to make a long story short I did not get to hunt, but helped out some unfortunate hunters. So if you are going to hunt the big water please have all you gear in working order, I.E. Two way communication, an Anchor, full gas can. and what ever else you need to enjoy your hunt.
22 June 2013 - 05:50 PMPleas get rid of the drug spam
17 June 2013 - 11:10 AMDid the slow troll between south of the 400 club to just even with beacons cove in 12 fow.
very clear water, did manage 1 Wally on a drifter and meat. fished from 0745 to 1145.
08 June 2013 - 05:34 PMFished today with a friend i served with in the Navy, first time he had been out fishing in 4 yrs. started the day trying to launch at crocker , but when we got there at 6:30am the line was out on jefferson. Turned around and went to Harley Ensign, launched and was back at 400 club before some of the boats in line made it to the water. started pulling harnesses shallow in 13 fow. marked a lot of fish up but no takers except for a nice pike. worked harnesses for the first couple of hrs., Then we switch to trolling with cranks and started picking up Smallies, not the preferred fish. Took a run out to the shipping channel looking for eye's but nada. Some boats out there perch fishing in a pack. made the run back to the gino's/400 club area and went in shallow 6 to 7 fow. slow trolled .4 to .5mph, the smallest floater head hook with a very small blade and crawler and 1/4 oz weight. picked up 3 eyes in about 30min, then we bagged it and headed home. water temp was way down (60)degree, vice (69) 3 days ago. at least it was not a skunk.
05 June 2013 - 05:30 PMfished today from 12:30pm to 3:30pm. fished in 12 to 13fow, tried harnesses first but no luck. Switched to cranks and sped up to 2.2 on the GPS. caught 4 fish all over 20in in 1 pass traveling south past the 400 club. pulled the cranks 40 ft behind inline boards, that ran the lure 7 to 8 ft down. marking a lot of fish in the top half of the water column.