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  1. Bass report from 7/28/2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Spider Crack View Post
    some quick notes: got my deep crank in the water before 8am. bouncing it slowly over rocks, and scored a 7lb 7oz bass at 7:50am. Then caught a 4.7lber at 7:58. So thought it was gonna be a tremendous day, but once sun burned off the cloud cover, the crankbait bite died almost completely. I'm slow, so it took a few more hours before i gave up on the crank and switched to a drop-shot rig, and started to catch fish
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    Freshwater Fishing , ‎ Kayak Fishing
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  2. nice cat!

    Quote Originally Posted by riverpirate View Post
    Went out today with some livers, and it looks like I made a good choice. Missed a few more....
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  3. New River Reds

    Quote Originally Posted by seapropie View Post
    Waited till about 6 pm for the heat to die down, then hit the river to search for some reds. Within 2 hrs we had caught 14 including 4 keeper size. They were hitting live shrimp and peanut pogeys under a popping cork. We caught all fish while anchored up in the same spot. A commercial netter anchored up about 50 yards away and just sat there for half an hour. He finally pulled his anchor and
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    Inshore Fishing
  4. Skirting storms.

    Quote Originally Posted by theramrod View Post
    Yesterday I launched around 4 with some threatening weather skirting by. I really wanted to venture to a spot I had in mind for flounder, but with being on the edge of a storm, I decided to hang not far from the boat ramp. So I went over to a sandbar that seamed like it should hold flounder, especially on the outgoing tide. hour later I had caught 3 flounder (13", 16" & 18"). The only flounder
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    Inshore Fishing , ‎ Kayak Fishing
  5. Small Piedmont Flow Produces

    Quote Originally Posted by Fish Whisperer View Post
    With all the rain, most of the local spots are a little high and muddy. I found one small flow that was just right and got into some crappie. Caught all the crappie before 9 am with a yellow curly tail (Cabelas 4" action tail grub) on a Luck "E" Strike 1/4 oz jig head. Lots of fun on my ultralight. I think the big one today is my biggest ever.

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    Freshwater Fishing , ‎ Kayak Fishing