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  • #38101
    Anonymous
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    Glaize Arm. What is working? Ask for advice.

    #38113
    Lee Muschler
    Participant

    1 nice keeper, 1 short, and had another keeper come unbuttoned. 10″ worm in brush piles near docks. Fished a couple hours early in morning fairly far up 10 miles or so

    #38143
    Nick Digrino
    Participant

    Will be fishing the Glaize arm most of this week (Tues afternoon through Friday). Is the floating debris a factor? I plan to “tune in” on the shad. Any other suggestions? Thanks!

    #38144
    Nick Digrino
    Participant

    Quick summary: Tuesday evening (5-7:30 pm) fished points around the 6 mm of the Glaize arm. One keeper (3.8) and three shorts on a t-rigged watermelon green plastic worm – all 6′ or less. Wednesday morning (7-11 am) mainly fished points with shallow crank bait and deeper with a fat free shad (8 shorts, 3 white bass, and no keepers), after starting out in back of a couple coves with a buzz bait. Thursday (9 am – 2 pm) I began cranking points, shallow and deep. Caught 3 shorts and as the wind picked up caught a half dozen white bass. Moved to the condo docks where there was a very active bite (weightless white Zoom flukes and green pumpkin wacky worms). Of the 30+ bass, only one keeper LM (17″) and a couple 12+” spotted. Started out Friday morning with a weighted Senko around channel swings and the first two fish caught were smaller keepers (16+”). Finished up the morning with a shad colored shallow crank around docks and lay downs in the backs of coves, picking up four 12-14″ bass. All in all, enjoyable time and gained an appreciation for fishing dock corners and fronts in the wind.

    #38145
    Don Kohlman
    Participant

    Fished with a buddy Thursday in the Glaize..11am-3pm..caught 10 non keepers all on g.p. or water red shaky heads or wacky rigs..Fish where you have current and any form of shade,halfway in coves to the back. We found both sizes of shad in most of the coves, even schools?? of minnows. Overall fishing fair at best. -Don

    #38151
    Bill Constable
    Participant

    When the wind is right back of the coves almost churnin mud with the trollin motor shad presence is a must.

    #38152
    Nick Digrino
    Participant

    Fished the Glaize today from 10 am until 2pm. Caught several shorts and a couple keeper spots fishing main channel docks on stick worms and flukes. Caught two keeper largemouths, including a 4.3 pounder running a white chatterbait along shallow docks in the backs of coves. Wind was a big factor.

    #38170
    Nick Digrino
    Participant

    Fished about three hours this afternoon on the Grand Glaize. Front to middle of coves were productive in the 7-10′ depth range on a Luck E Strike Rick Clunn jerk bait (8 bass, 4 keepers). Also caught five large white bass and a couple big crappie on the same lure/technique.

    #38171
    Derek Chance
    Participant

    What is the water temp right now?

    #38172
    Dave Bueltmann
    Participant

    Hey Derek, it is good to hear from you!! The water temperature at the dam was 47 degrees on Tuesday. The Glaize has been between 41-45

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