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Author Topic: More funk again on Lake St. Clair 9-12-2017  (Read 303 times)

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More funk again on Lake St. Clair 9-12-2017
« on: September 26, 2017, 04:35:28 PM »

The week and a half funk I was in continued for a 6th trip / day of fishing - this time on one of the best bass lakes in America with cameraguy again on 9-12-2017.

Apparently I had so much fun... I didn't even share any pictures on social media for that day... not that there were many pictures to share?!?

I may have blocked the day out since I didn't post on social media and don't remember almost anything about the day. I know we fished for quite a while. I know we fished a bunch of spots. I know we tried hard, and that's about all I remember of the day.

The funk appears to be over now after 6 days of fishing over a week and a half. I hope so anyways. I say that since I've had to pretty good days on Round Lake but actually Derek and I visited another new lake the other day and the fishing was very slow there too. Going to St. Clair tomorrow. Maybe I will know for sure after the day's fishing there what the real status of my fishing at the moment is??


So here is the only smallmouth bass picture I have from this very slow day that makes me question my ability to find and catch bass... cameraguy caught it but I don't remember what on or where he caught it?? Maybe he'll remember?


Of course, it's not the only fish caught... not with Mr. Multispecies - cameraguy! He had to whack a big sheepshead too. On the Formula G3 tube again. Probably what he caught his bass on most likely.

Did we catch any dinks? I don't remember now. I would guess we caught at least a few of those. I think I remember we headed out deeper from the 9 Mile Bar and started seeing a few tiny schools of those little blue-green-silver minnows. It seems to be that I had a little bite on a drop shot Lil Magic Stick that ended up being a dink smallmouth bass I lost on a jump. That's about the most excitement I had for the day...

Maybe tomorrow we'll whack them?!?
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Re: More funk again on Lake St. Clair 9-12-2017
« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2017, 08:38:31 PM »

The smallie was caught near the Firecracker on Formula G3 tube. The Freshwater Drum was hooked off of the 9 Mile bar.
Tough day.
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Re: More funk again on Lake St. Clair 9-12-2017
« Reply #2 on: September 30, 2017, 05:57:58 PM »

Completely forgot we went over there to the Firecracker area that day... glad we did better the other day finally!! Should just get better and better now.
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