Originally Posted by threeoh8holes
Had a good day on the water. Air temp was a little cool, but the water temp stayed around 58-60 all day. Hit a few main lake points and rocky areas, but did not find anything, not even a hit.
I did find a 3 #er on a laydown, while moving from one spot to another. (Fish_Fiend, I got my shallow water fix for the day) He hit it in about 2-4 fow. It was on a T-rigged black curly tailed worm. The 2nd one
Originally Posted by clalmond
Decided to try Southport today and put in at the wildlife landing on Fish Factory Rd as the tide was falling. About 3/4 way through the falling tide I hooked into this 26" red also a 20" one. Caught the larger one on a 4" white Gulp shrimp and the smaller one on a piece of FB bloodworm while I was trying to catch some Black Drum. Did not catch any Black's although I did run a school of them off an oyster
Originally Posted by jetskibrian
Thought I would share some pictures I took the last two days, the second one is one my favorite close ups this year. Yesterday between rain and snow showers I even had a brief rainbow in my back yard. This first one I took on my birthday in December,
"Valentine Eagles"! Don't forget the ones you love today.
Originally Posted by bassaholic1
Water was 39-43 degrees and what we saw on the depth finder a few weeks ago was not there didn't see a lot at all deep... still was hard headed and tried to find something deep but all it led to was a few crappie and. a ton of small white perch... should have kept doing what I did yo catch this nice girl
Originally Posted by SurfRider
My wife was gracious enough to offer to keep our toddler for two days this week so that I could fish. As a trade, I let her sleep in both days and got started late morning Friday and again Sunday.
Fished Friday with Jim joining me about mid day, and it was a bit tougher than it had been previously. Caught 3 in the last 1/3 of the day; I had one on Texas rig from a laydown (this shocked no one) and