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  • GeoFisher's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    I used the wait it out technique a few weeks ago and got some excellent advice about an area/spot that I was wanting to fish. I setup on a ledge that has a "few" good spots on it. While on that ledge, someone pulled up behind on a spot that I...
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  • GeoFisher's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    How wet do you get when using a sit on top? I've always wondered that. I'm thinking about a Yak too, but coming from a canoeing background, I always assumed I'd get a sit inside.........convince me :) :) . Later, Geo
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  • MagikSmallie's Avatar
    1 Hour Ago
    I'll jump in here. kayak fishing is my thing! First my biggest suggestion to anyone wanting a kayak is to demo as many different models and brands as you possibly can. Everyone has an opinion on the "best". It's like Ford vs Chevy and everyone has...
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  • WetFoot's Avatar
    8 Hours Ago
    I'm 5-11 and have a 10 foot sit-on-top kayak (perception pescador pro). You may be at the upper limit of leg room in a 10 footer. See if you can sit in it, or at least measure. Ask yourself how you will transport and store the kayak and how far...
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  • crappiepappy's Avatar
    11 Hours Ago
    Yeah, the 'brella does come in handy some days !!
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  • Hershey102's Avatar
    11 Hours Ago
    Thanks for the tips. Some days I drag a hair jig while bass fishing and pick up a few crappie. I may have to get a little more serious 🙂. Nice setup . . . looks efficient. The umbrella was a nice touch.
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  • Les Young's Avatar
    12 Hours Ago
    And wait until someone fishing a spots leaves that particular spot. It's not like it's hard to find when searching for it after seeing someone fishing it. Personally I totally agree with the original poster about some a hole coming over & marking a...
    6 replies | 1469 view(s)
  • crappiepappy's Avatar
    13 Hours Ago
    Ain't no secret on catching Crappie : 1/16oz marabou Roadrunner in Pink or Chartreuse (or both) casting "over" submerged wood .... or a 1/16oz weedless ball head jig with plastic body casting "into" the submerged wood. This time of year, I'd be...
    34 replies | 16602 view(s)
  • Hershey102's Avatar
    15 Hours Ago
    The 5hp gasoline engine limit has been in effect for as long as I can remember. Bass boats can use a trolling motor. All bass are catch & release. Last time I looked the state had okayed taking as many crappie as you want in order to get the...
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  • crappiepappy's Avatar
    16 Hours Ago
    When did that become a rule ?? I'm used to seeing Bass Boats on the lake, and know a guy that fishes (fished ??) it out of his Bass Boat. And isn't it a rule that certain species of fish have to be released ??
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  • 1Cast 1Fish's Avatar
    16 Hours Ago
    6 ounces from a WORLD RECORD, Northern Snakehead the true FRANKENFISH. This monster was caught in Accokeek Creek at Crows Nest in Stafford, VA a small creek connecting to the Potomac River. The fish weighed in at 17lbs 6oz, which was 6oz off the...
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  • roadrunner's Avatar
    18 Hours Ago
    I'm in search of two sponsors and $650.00
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  • Mike Siefert's Avatar
    19 Hours Ago
    As of Monday, 18 June, its HOT, folks. Millwood Lake has almost stabilized, currently at approx 4 inches above normal conservation pool and falling (as of Monday) at 259.6 ft-msl; and the discharge was near 651 CFS in Little River according to the...
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  • King31's Avatar
    20 Hours Ago
    I am looking into buying a fishing kayak and hoped to get some different opinions on what is needed. A little about me. I am 6í2Ē, 180lbs and stay relatively active through work. My primary uses would be medium sized lakes (Barren, Nolin, Rough) and...
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  • folktsbDRqen3565's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Excellent topic. I remember a lot of new things. I need more such discussions.
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  • DJD's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    I wanna try that with a tube on a Carolina rig.
    1 replies | 457 view(s)
  • DJD's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Hahahaha any time you wanna go is fine with me! The really good fishing is over since Summer heat has hit but fish can still be caught. We average 10 or so a piece on our little half day trips out there right now. No night fishing allowed but man if...
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  • crappiepappy's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Old Timer .... yes, Striped Bass can & do eat smaller fish of various species, Crappie included. But, their foraging technique is basically running in packs & attacking schools of Shad. We have lakes up here that have Stripers in them and still...
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  • Judy Helmey's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    Hope all is well...I am sorry I have not been able to get fishing reports out...I have been so busy ...anyhow..the fish bite inshore has been good! but you need to find live shrimp to get a more solid bite...aritificail shrimp patterns will work,...
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  • Scott Patton's Avatar
    1 Day Ago
    The bass fishing on Kentucky Lake has been getting better each day. Iím seeing more fish and bait returning to their summer ledge areas. With all the high water we had a couple weeks ago and strong current its forced the bait and bass to seek lesser...
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  • Hershey102's Avatar
    2 Days Ago
    In those 800 years the membership fee has risen to $1K the first year ($800 initial + $200 annual). Ouch.
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  • crappiepappy's Avatar
    2 Days Ago
    You might also be interested in this page : https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1Z2tDuKShE_gaI7_sN5z1tIxu1Ws&ll=37.2559493356717%2C-85.30875546499999&z=13 Shows where the KDFWR set out brush piles, and some good ones are just out in front...
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  • aps71285's Avatar
    2 Days Ago
    Thanks pappy. I'll take a white light also and see how well it does
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  • 70worm's Avatar
    2 Days Ago
    70worm replied to a thread wawasee in Indiana Discussion Board
    It'll be hard fishing there in the heat.
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  • Dave Clark's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    Happy Fatherís Day. The night bite on Dale remains strong with plenty of walleye and crappie being caught. Plus largemouth and smallmouth catfish, giant white bass even muskie Hereís some cooler pics too. For contact info
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  • fishfan83's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    Had another fun and exciting night. And it didn't rain again which is awesome. We had 30 boats last night. 1st place. Bobby Alexander and Paul Alexander. 13.67 lbs 2nd place. James McMillen and Ben McMillen. 13.02 lbs 3rd place. Carlos...
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  • DHAK's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    DHAK started a thread Fishing Rod Repair in Announcements
    IN NEED OF ROD REPAIR? Contact me: Dave Hakel, 939-2358 (cell). I live in J-Town off Watterson Trail by the Hurstbourne Pkwy. intersection. You can drop them off at Smyrna Bait & Tackle or at my house. I've been repairing rods for about 6 years...
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  • Mike Gerry's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    As we progress further into the deep bite, there are some keys to getting bit and I will try to give you my ideas on making the ledge bite pay off for you. The first thing I can tell you is dedicate yourself to learning how to fish the deep bite,...
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  • Mike Gerry's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    After 3 months of just fantastic fishing the heat is slowing the bite some, its still very good but the numbers of bites are not there as compared to the past few months. Have no fear though as some things a getting better, the grass is growing, the...
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  • crappiepappy's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    According to this : https://www.lrl.usace.army.mil/Missions/Civil-Works/Water-Information/Updated-Lake-Temperatures-and-Dissolved-Oxygen-Lev/Green-Profile/ .... I wouldn't fish any deeper than 20ft, and would probably start at the 10-15ft depths...
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  • Dave Hanson's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    Fishbuster Charters' Captain Dave Hanson reported, "Logan and Keely Foley fished offshore with me, 22 miles west of New Pass, on Sunday, 6/10. The couple used cut-bait and squid to catch a dozen keeper lane snapper to 13 inches. They released two...
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  • aps71285's Avatar
    3 Days Ago
    Going to green river next weekend. Staying at pikes ridge campground. I plan on dropping green lights at night to crappie fish. Anyone have any suggestions such as depth of light, depth of fish, ect. Any input will be appreciated
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  • Jim Leary's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    Summer Time Is Knocking On The Door... But that doesn't mean the fishing stops. Just means you need to slow down just a little.. Water temps are creeping up to 84 by mid morning .. We've been busy and I guess thats why you haven't seen much from...
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  • Firefighter215's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    For sale with 60 hp tracker mercury mariner motor and 65 lb minn kota foot controlled trolling motor. Lowrance 7hdx gps and fish finder at console. Broke pinion gear and drive shaft in lower unit. Custom decal old one was tearing off. $4000 obo....
    0 replies | 171 view(s)
  • Mike Carter's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    Mike Carter created an article Guntersville Lake in Mike Carter
    WOW!! Yesterday was one of those days that the Big G "Good Uns" were eating consistently. With several patterns working from early morning topwater with Stutter Steps and Spooks, and then to some serious Bull Shad action! After the morning freny of...
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  • Dave Stewart's Avatar
    4 Days Ago
    June 15, 2018 Kentucky Lake: Water Level at Kentucky Dam - 359.63 Surface Temperature - 85 Lake Barkley: Water Level at Barkley Dam - 359.40 Surface Temperature - 85 Both lakes are about one half foot over summer pool. Kentucky Dam was...
    0 replies | 237 view(s)
  • GeoFisher's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    Hahahahahahahah. I didn't realize this link was 800 years old.............
    34 replies | 16602 view(s)
  • GeoFisher's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    GET me on the list **** it :) :) I took you fishin to KY :)
    34 replies | 16602 view(s)
  • GeoFisher's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    Seriously............. Who gives a crap. Your "magic" spot has been known by many besides you. I gave up a long time ago on some very specific areas being "private". On a side note, I love my side scan, and if you're sitting on a spot and...
    6 replies | 1469 view(s)
  • Craig Korczynski's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    Schoolis out let the fun in the sun begin and most importantly try and staydry from the afternoon thunderstorms. Anglers grab the family and getthe drag screaming on those reels, the fish are waiting. Snookanglers the fishing is steady but the...
    0 replies | 59 view(s)
  • Ken Sturdivant's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    WEISS LAKE IS AT 0 FEET 5 INCHES BELOW FULL POOL AND HEAVY STAINED AND 82 85 DEGREE'S BY MARK COLLINS SERVICE Mark Collins Service 3252 Old Hwy 9, Cedar Bluff, Al 35959, 256 779 3387 mark@markcollins service.com Now available for sale 50...
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  • Ken Sturdivant's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    LAKE SINCLAIR IS DOWN 1.48 FEET, STAINED, 80íS Bass fishing is fair. Look for the shallow bite to get better over the next month as we should see new mayfly hatches every few days. Top water, jigs and square bill crank baits are the baits of...
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  • Ken Sturdivant's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    LAKE JACKSON IS 1.13 FEET OVER FULL, 70íS+ Bass fishing is fair. Top water will target shallow fish in the early morning. Fish the deeper main lake seawalls. If they are not jumping on the top water baits, follow up with a jig on all the cover...
    0 replies | 24 view(s)
  • Ken Sturdivant's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    LAKE GEORGE IS 1.5 FEET OVER FULL, 80íS Bass fishing is fair. The best technique is to fish grass lines that are close to bends at the river. A buzz bait or a walking bait are two good choices to start out with early in the morning before the...
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  • Ken Sturdivant's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    LAKE OCONEE IS DOWN .82 FEET, 80íS Bass fishing is fair. The lake is full and 82 to 87 degrees. The main lake is clear, stained up the rivers. The best bite is deep. The fish have move in to the summer pattern. Deep cranking the shoal markers in...
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  • Ken Sturdivant's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    LAKE SEMINOLE IS FULL, CLEAR & 80íS Bass fishing is fair. Use the plastics on the ledges and points. In the lower lakes creeks, flip grass beds with a Texas rigged Culprit black shad worm. Use larger worms in dark colors and add the Real Craw...
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  • Ken Sturdivant's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    LAKE RUSSELL IS FULL, CLEAR, 70íS Bass fishing is fair. At daylight use the Lunker Lure in all white, and Rat L Traps right on the banks can draw strikes. This is a very fisherman friendly lake and the fish cooperate almost all year. During the...
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  • Ken Sturdivant's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 1.28 FEET, 80íS Bass fishing is good. Largemouth bass are on their summer patterns at 8 to 14 feet deep. Look on the river and creek channel ledges, main lake points and humps and road beds. The grass lines are fair and use...
    0 replies | 27 view(s)
  • Ken Sturdivant's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    LAKE HARTWELL IS .46 FEET OVER FULL, CLEAR, 70íS Bass fishing is good. Now the bass have moved out and start deeper than before so now the depth ranges are 20 to 35 feet. Fish humps, major creek arm points and main lake points are the key....
    0 replies | 26 view(s)
  • Ken Sturdivant's Avatar
    5 Days Ago
    LAKE ALLATOONA IS FULL, 70íS, CLEAR Bass fishing is good. Bass are shallow early and late and back off during the day. Best bet is top water early and a Zoom Super Fluke thrown right to the bank on mid lake points and pockets. Mid day go a...
    0 replies | 18 view(s)
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