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Checking A Lot Of Patterns Today

Daily Fishing Log For November 8, 2014

General Info Weather / Water Conditions
Date November 8, 2014 Air Temp 50's Current Generation Light
Fisherman Bob and Rob Water Temp 61-64
Hours Fished 6.00 Sky PC - Sunny Water Clarity Clear - Slighly Stained
Fishing Overall Fair Wind Moderate - Strong
Fish Caught
Total Bass Caught Total Keepers
9 2
Size/Weight (Pounds)
3 4 5 6+
Baits Used
Keepers Other Fish
Buzz Bait and Spinner Bait whacky stick worm
Bait Colors
Keepers Other Fish
Black Buzz Bait and Mouse Colore War Eagle Spinner green pumpkin stick worm
Location/Presentation/Structure

Lower Glaize – 18mm of the Osage, fishing condo docks, backs of docks with big rocks, shallow flats with big rocks, corners of windy/shady big docks and sea walls.

Fishing Notes

Today Rob and I checked out the topwater bite most of the day, we chased the shade and threw the buzz bait behind a lot of docks and condo docks with shade and light chop. While we did not catch any big ones, we did have several good blow-ups and caught a couple of small keepers. While we know that the main lake flats/points with big rocks will likely be the best bite, we wanted to check out some additional type of patterns today. We did keep monitoring the bass on shallow to deep brush piles and most of the fish we saw on the graph around brush piles were sitting on the top of the brush piles and likely catchable with a DD 22 or brush hog, however, we did not fish this type of structure today, we just wanted to check things out ahead of a tournament tomorrow. We did catch some fish off the corners of big docks, but no big ones. James Dill sent me a picture of a LOZ hawg that his wife Denise caught today on the Crock-o-Gator Head Knocker Buzz Bait, black with silver blade.

Photos of the Day

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