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Fishing Reports

Sinking Brush Piles And Checking On Brush Piles

Daily Fishing Log For August 29, 2014

General Info Weather / Water Conditions
Date August 29, 2014 Air Temp 90's Current Generation Light
Fisherman Bob and Bro Dave Water Temp 83-86
Hours Fished 4.00 Sky Sunny - Stormy Water Clarity Slighly Stained
Fishing Overall Poor Wind Light to Moderate
Fish Caught
Total Bass Caught Total Keepers
8 1
Size/Weight (Pounds)
3 4 5 6+
Baits Used
Keepers Other Fish
Chompers Davenport Special Jig 10" Plastic Worm, COG Jig and D-Bomb
Bait Colors
Keepers Other Fish
Brown w Green Tinsel Strands Jig Grn. Pumpkin Worm, Black/Blue Jig and Black Neon D-Bomb
Location/Presentation/Structure

19-20mm of the Osage and Lower/Mid and Upper Glaize

Fishing Notes

This morning my brother Dave and I got on the water about 7:30. We spent the first couple of hours sinking brush piles. We started doing some fishing and fished hard from about 10-noon. We fished some brush piles around docks with a couple of short fish. Then we did some searching for a good bite on docks in the backs of some coves, with only one short fish. If the bait fish are not on the back of cove, the bite is simply not there. Then we made a run into the Glaize to check on recently sunk brush piles. It can be quite a challenge finding and hitting freshly sunk piles. After a couple of hours of simply searching, casting and dragging to finally hit the brush, we did about 45 minutes of hard fishing with a few short fish and one small keeper off laydowns and shallow wood.

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