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  1. Bass fishing 8-26-10

    Awarded by , 08-28-2010 at 02:53 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by bigbasshunter

    I got out for first light the other morning. I left my house around 530 and after a few stops (wal mart for a new digital scale, a replacement zara spook i lost the other day and bug spray), I got my first cast in the drink around 715.

    I started out throwing a baby brush hog around grass beds and laydowns (landing a few) when I realized, "hey it's early---topwater." I tied my new
    Tags: bass fishing
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  2. Jordan Lake 7/10 - Little man's first striper!!!! by RedMenace

    Awarded by , 07-18-2010 at 01:45 AM

    Quote Originally Posted by RedMenace View Post
    Wyatt AKA little man and I headed out to Jordan Lake last Saturday. Put the boat in about 4:00 and headed out to the main lake to try to troll up some stripers. Being that this day had been preceeded by 10 or so unsucessful attempts at reducing said species to possession (and my growing thoughts I was on a snipe hunt), expectations were low but it was a great way to spend some quality time with my son.
  3. Offshore 5-1

    Awarded by , 05-02-2010 at 08:50 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by fishnwarrior
    Rather bumpy ride out Saturday but once there it turned out to be a beautiful day. 3 foot seas and 10 knot winds. Better ride in but got really rough from Knuckle in. The water over the break was still 69.5 and the water in the turning basin on my way in was 70.5. That is ridiculous for this time of year. Now to the fishing, all said and done we did pretty good. Sounded like another slow day for most. Put lines in at 420 line in 68 degree water at 40 fathoms. Started trolling out and towards Yellowfin
  4. Offshore April 23rd and 24th

    Awarded by , 04-26-2010 at 08:49 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by fishnwarrior
    Had charters the 23rd and 24th. On 23rd went north and fished around 900 line in 67 degree water. Fished all the way out to 1000 fathoms. No bites till around 11am and then had four lines go down. One line broke off but we got the other three in the boat after a lenghth fight. Three nice yellowfin on the deck. Fished the rest of day and no bites. Headed home for the very long ride in some snotty seas. From what I could
  5. Proposed Regulation Change for Smith River Fishery - Virginia

    Awarded by , 03-23-2010 at 09:49 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by al k
    I wrote up the minutes to the SRTU meeting and have "cut and paste" the portion that has to do with proposed regulation change below:

    Featured Program for evening:

    Scott Smith, DGIF Fisheries Biologist returned to follow up on the presentation he made at our December meeting where he gave a brief history of the Smith River fishery and presented findings of recent DGIF creel surveys and "shock" samplings of the river. His follow-up presentation was
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