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Fished Kerr today from 8:30 to 4:30. With one or two warmer days this past week I figured the water temps may have come up a little, I was wrong, they dropped a little. Water temp at my first stop was 41. I hit 2 cuts and 2 points alternating between 2 crankbaits and 2 jerkbaits, no fish no signs of life. Next I ran to the same area I caught fish last week, spent a few minutes chunking a jerkbait and then switched to a crankbait. Remembering a few fish from the last few trips, I began pausing my crankbait for a second 3 or 4 times per cast, 5 minutes later a 14" crushed it as soon as it stopped. A few minutes later I picked up a 3.5 lber that also hit it on the pause. I thought I was on to something but fished the rest of the day without another confirmed bite. Quite a few boats on the water today.

 

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No, not a spot. Bass at Kerr general sport well defined lines. If there are any in Kerr they are few and far between. They are starting to show up in Lake Gaston.
 

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They taste better than them ol bass anyway!
My reply to nonfishing people who give me crap about releasing all my fish: "Ill go back and catch those bass in a tournament and win money, with which I will buy steak that tastes alot better than bass."
 

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Yur rite. Bass are $$ signs to most bass fishermen...but a lot of places, like Hyco Lake, could use the "2 any size" rule to help with the stuntin factor they have on that particular body of water. If all the bass fishermen there would take home their 2 at the 12-13 inch size, the overall population size would improve, IMHO.
 
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