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BBB Day 1, 4 Keepers But No Check

Daily Fishing Log For April 5, 2014

General Info Weather / Water Conditions
Date April 5, 2014 Air Temp 37-55 Current Generation Light
Fisherman Bob and Son Robbie Water Temp 49-55
Hours Fished 8.00 Sky Sunny Water Clarity Slighly Stained - Muddy
Fishing Overall Fair Wind Light
Fish Caught
Total Bass Caught Total Keepers
14 4
Size/Weight (Pounds)
3 4 5 6+
Baits Used
Keepers Other Fish
Tube, Jerk Bait and Spinner Bait Tube. Jerk Bait, and Spinner Bait
Bait Colors
Keepers Other Fish
Black Tube, Megabass Wakasagi and White/Chartruese Spinner Same
Location/Presentation/Structure

40-60mm of the Osage, targeting the backs of coves and pockets leading to spawning area, fishing shallow and close the bank. Slow roll of the spinner and slightly hopping tube.

Fishing Notes

Today my son Robbie and I fished the Big Bass Bash. We decided to make a run to the 40-60mm of the Osage to get away from some the fishing pressure in the mid lake and the lower end of the lake. We also thought that the water would be more stained and warm, which we thought would be good conditions to fish shallow banks and backs of coves. We fished in about 6 different coves, we caught fish in all but one of the coves. Robbie had a consistent bite with the big bladed spinner bait in slightly to stained water, he had 2 fish that we weighed in the boat, both were just under three pounds, my best bite was on the black n stained to muddy water.. The fishing pressure at about the 40mm was heavy in Alcorn cove early, then we ran to Cartwright, a few coves up and then to Proctor and surrounding coves at the 60mm. The further up the lake we went the pressure lessened. However, if you fish the river areas beware of the snagging boats sitting in the channel. Good luck all BB Pro Members, I hope to see you at PB 2 tomorrow.

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