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Author Topic: Beating the heat  (Read 2031 times)

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Crookedneck

Beating the heat
« on: June 29, 2012, 07:22:10 PM »

The bass have slowed a little in the last week.  The fish are still around.  Recently the fish have moved from the deeper water to the 10-15 foot mark.  With the constant change in the weather from cool to hot back to cool back to hot it has slowed the fish down.

The last several days the slower the presentation the better.  Smaller rubber presetations in green and browns seem to be the most efficient.  Dead sticking is the way to go.  Alot of the fish being caught are on the smaller side but the occasional slob is still around.

This weekend will be interesting with the Elite series in the area.  I'm think bags of smallies close to 20lbs won't be uncommon.  If someone can find the big ones don't be suprised to see mid 20's.
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Re: Beating the heat
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2012, 09:58:43 AM »

You must be catching them pretty good! No pictures.
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