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Fishing for me and few friends has still be really good.  Catching lots of really nice fish.  7-8-1.jpg  7-8-8.jpg  7-8-2.jpg  7-8-3.jpg  7-8-4.jpg  7-8-5.jpg  7-8-6.jpg 
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Nice I need a friend to take me fishing
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why post pictures and not tell how or where fish were caught that is what this forum is for to help other fisherman
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History shows if you post a specific location, you'll have to get in line to get there the next day.
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Good deal, Paul...and yes.....once you post a spot, it's katy-bar-the-door.

dwllc....to be honest, stripers move really fast and they move often.....best way to learn to catch these critters is to fish as much as you can, keep a record (date, time, barometric pressure, etc.).  That way you can learn the patterns.

I always post where I fish (good or bad) because based on my experience, I'm lucky and the fish aren't there the next day anyway.  😉

So, hang in there.  There are some good tips on the forum relative to what the fish are hitting etc.  If folks don't give a location, don't let that discourage you 'cause the fish prolly are moved the next day anyway.

Right now, fish are blowing up around 8 - 10 in the morning.....where?  That's a good guess.  A lot of posts you'll read are by folks who "were in the right place at the right time".  I know, for me, my best days have been accidental.  😉

You'll also figure out that some of the posts are by folks who are trolling....so they are not really fishing....  😉  😉

If you troll, you'll cover so much water (and catch fish) that you really can't tell exactly where ya caught 'em. 😉




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It was late when I posted and I was tired so I didn't get too much into specifics, my apologies.  Like Axman said when your trolling you cover a lot of area.  I'm fishing only downriggers right now using large umbrella rigs.

Corndog, I'll have to holler at you sometime once I get finished with my house I'm building and have more time.  The only fishing I do these days is when people offer to help with the house. [wink][biggrin][biggrin]  

Over those three days we where as far south as Eisenhower Marina, all along the bluffs, through the butterfly, over to Soldier Creek and Mac Creek up the West Wall, back around to Platter and down to Burns Run.  Fish are all over the lake right now.  I've heard of people catching them all the way to Bridgeview, I however didn't go North of the railroad bridge.  I start around 6 and usually headed to Alberta Creek for breakfast by 10:00.
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Way to hot for me to go fishing anyway
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