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Tuesday, October 4th
Few Clouds - Wind: 3.27 Mph
47.3 °F
Fishing Reports

Good Bite This Afternoon 17 Pounds And (2) 5 Pounders

Daily Fishing Log For March 24, 2015

General Info Weather / Water Conditions
Date March 24, 2015 Air Temp 40-50's Current Generation Minimum
Fisherman Bob Water Temp 47-51
Hours Fished 5.00 Sky Overcast Water Clarity Slightly Stained
Fishing Overall Excellent Wind Moderate
Fish Caught
Total Bass Caught Total Keepers
12 5
Size/Weight (Pounds)
3 4 5 6+
1 2
Baits Used
Keepers Other Fish
Finesse Jig and Megabass Jerk Bait COG Swamp Bug
Bait Colors
Keepers Other Fish
Brown/Black Jig and Wakin Reaction Jerk Bait Black/Blue Fleck COG Swamp Bug on Black 1/4 oz COg Shaker Head
Location/Presentation/Structure

6-7mm of the Grand Glaize targeting the back 1/4 of the cove from just before the last secondary point and back into the shallow water, the presentation was fast with the jerk bait and slow with the jig.

Fishing Notes

Today I got on the water about 12:30 and fished until the thunderstorm started to roll in about 5:30. My intention was to run up past PB1, but thought I would check out the backs of a few of the big and medium sized creeks along the way, starting with party cove. I had no bites in party cove and proceeded up the Glaize, idling to the very backs toward the creeks that were coming in, working the jig on the rocky banks and the stick bait fan casting from the mouth of the creek back into the shallow area, working it fast, twitch twitch, twitch, 2 second pause and then again. The fish were hitting it on the twitch not the pause. One of the 5 pounders came on the jig in about 4′ of water on a laydown and the other came along the side of a dock in about 6 feet of water. The wind, sun/clouds seemed to help the bite today and perhaps the rain has washed in some nutrients, oxygen and warmer water that put the fish in a feeding mood near and around those more shallow areas. It was a fun afternoon fishing.

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