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Fishing Reports

Fun Day Fishing With Soccer Master CEO And Soccer Great, David Brcic

Daily Fishing Log For August 7, 2014

General Info Weather / Water Conditions
Date August 7, 2014 Air Temp 80's Current Generation Light
Fisherman Bob and David Brcic Water Temp 81-84
Hours Fished 8.00 Sky Rainy, PC Water Clarity Slighly Stained - Stained
Fishing Overall Fair Wind Moderate
Fish Caught
Total Bass Caught Total Keepers
10 3
Size/Weight (Pounds)
3 4 5 6+
Baits Used
Keepers Other Fish
10" Texas Rigged Worm Crock-o-Gator Jig
Bait Colors
Keepers Other Fish
Blue/Black and Blue Fleck Plastic Worms Texas Craw Football Jig
Location/Presentation/Structure

26 – 29mm of the Osage. We fished a bit of everything, bluffs, docks, brush, shallow and deep.

Fishing Notes

Today was a very enjoyable day for me fishing with St. Louis native soccer great, David Brcic. While Dave and I never met before today, other than on the soccer fields of St. Louis, it was like fishing with and enjoying the company of a long lost friend. It was also an honor to fish with Dave, who after his high school soccer career as the best STL goal keeper, Dave went on to play professional soccer both domestically and internationally, earning him a place in STL soccer Hall of fame and a nomination for the U.S. soccer Hall of Fame based on his Professional, Olympic and National Team Success.

Dave was one of the very first Bassing Bob Pro members. BB members can thank Dave for his suggestion to me a couple of months ago to add the actual time of day/evening to the daily fishing log.

We started the morning today in the rain about 7:00AM, taking a short but very wet run to the 26mm of the Osage. We fished some bluff and bluff cuts with one small bite, then we worked docks, brush piles and very shallow back areas of coves. As the rain moved out and the sun popped out a bit, we fished shaded areas of docks. We never could establish a pattern for the fish, the keepers came mostly shallow in 3′-10′ of water on seemingly softer bottom type of banks. With the rain, the water became a bit more stained, the overcast seemed to have the fish scattered, with no bites in brush piles or deep structure. While we threw the plastic worm for most of the day, I did try a jig, creature bait and Zara Spook as well.

Photos of the Day

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