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Well, the weather looks great, and the smallmouth bite should be on. That being said, I was wondering if any of you are heading out after them tomorrow near the shipping channel in 17 FOW, and wouldn’t mind a partner tagging along? I didn’t get a chance to target them during the day while out last week, and so my usual strategies didn’t work. It was discovered however between the 2 others I was fishing with at night that a green worm was grabbing some, as well as a twister tail grub tipped with a piece of crawler. lol I’d like to try to use my original attack strategy this time of which I now think works best during sunny daylight hours. If you have an open seat, and would a partner to tag along, go ahead and PM me, and we can go from there. I don’t have a problem covering some gas money and such. Thanks again guys!
 

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QUOTE(troller11 @ Aug 12 2009, 02:43 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>allready got your musky fill ? what happened to the hunt for the one

lol Oh trust me, I am by no means anywhere near done with musky. My partner in crime looks to be a bit busy the next few days, and so I'm not sure when we will next be able to head out, and so I figured I look for some smallies in the mean time to counter the blanace as I have been doing a LOT of musky casting off and on the past few weeks. Been a while since I landed a nice 4-5lb smallmouth. Just a little change up, but if a musky option becomes available first, then I'll probably go with that. Just feels good to have a smallie hit. I can easily catch a smallie faster than I can a musky as of now.
I'm working on getitng better though.
 
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