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Friday, October 7th
Clear Sky - Wind: 5.01 Mph
50.7 °F
Fishing Reports

4th Of July Bassing With My Good Friend Greg Noonan, TJ And Melinda

Daily Fishing Log For July 4, 2014

General Info Weather / Water Conditions
Date July 4, 2014 Air Temp 80's Current Generation Light
Fisherman Bob, TJ, Greg and Melinda Water Temp 83-85
Hours Fished 6.00 Sky Sunny Water Clarity Slightly Stained
Fishing Overall Fair Wind Light
Fish Caught
Total Bass Caught Total Keepers
10 3
Size/Weight (Pounds)
3 4 5 6+
2
Baits Used
Keepers Other Fish
Jig, Magnum Trick Worm on COG Shaker Head and Texas Rigged Plastic Worm Crock o Gator Ring Craw w Slip Weight, Jig, Worms, Wacky Senco
Bait Colors
Keepers Other Fish
Green Pumpkin Jig and Worms Green Pumpkin Ring Craw, Black/Blue Jig and Grn. Pumpkin Worms
Location/Presentation/Structure

No wake zone between the Osage and Glaize areas, main lake points, secondary points, shade, deep and shallow brush piles.

Fishing Notes

Today was a special day fishing for me, one of my childhood best friends that I have not seen for 40 years, Greg Noonan, his wife TJ and sister Melinda came to the lake to visit for the weekend. After 40 years, it turns out that Greg has the same passion for bass fishing as I do. So while, most 4th of July vacationers were water skiing, jet skiing and coving out, we all fished. We fished for a couple of hours in the morning from 8:00-10:00 without a single bite, even though we were seeing plenty of fish on the graph in 15-25′ of water on main and secondary points. I the afternoon, we fished in and around the no wake area between the Osage and the Glaize. We started off targeting brush piles around docks, with only one hook up on a black n blue jig. After working a cove channel bank, we got our first keeper in shallow brush with a small bit of shade on the trick worm, we then fished a long tapering point sitting the boat in 30 feet of water and casted into 10-15′ and we caught several short fish as well as another nice 3 pounder on a 1oz jig, stoking the jig off the bottom. In the evening we got our boat positioned for a fireworks display in the Glaize, Greg continued to fish, downsized his bait to a COG Ring Craw with a bullet weight, and on his second cast caught a nice 16″ bass. With the satisfaction of catching a night time keeper, we all put down our rods and enjoyed some nice 4th of July fireworks. It was great to see Greg and fish with him, we felt very lucky that not only could we safely fish LOZ on a major holiday but we caught 10 bass and 3 nice keepers.

Photos of the Day

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