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Motored out from Mill Creek and went out behind Treasure Island. Didn't take long to locate fish. Very entertaining morning. Every time a fish would splash, at least 5 boats would crank up and run to them. Every time a bird hit the water, the same boats would crank up and run to them. 😉
I sat on anchor from 8 until 10 a.m. in the same spot and caught right at 60 fish without moving. Fishing in less than 10 feet of water using a new plastic that I'll be adding to the website. I haven't add this item because I wasn't sure how durable they were. But on the 28th I boated 40 fish on the same rubber. TIP: When birds leave or splashing stops, the bigger fish are still hanging around. So stay put and work that area. 😉 __________________ Axman http://www.reaxtionlures.com http://www.facebook.com/reaxtion.lures
"Fish ReAct to ReAxtion Lures"
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Axman great report and the boat shows are fun to watch but not fun to be in the middle of or the target. I've caught fish and sat down/hide to reel them in so other boats won't spot me and come over.
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Drove through High Port checking out a friends boat house but never put my boat in the water - parking lot looked like a circus and I'm sure lake was same around the fish. Thanks for information - may hit it this weekend. Ross
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People that run over and fish on your spot are like food stamp freeloaders an have no sense of ridicule.
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Go during the week