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Ole_Engineer

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Left at 6:00AM drove down to the lake, stopped for Fuel for truck, gas for boat, snacks for me .  Then battery had died of old age,  had to go back to town to buy a new one.  Great start, got on the water about noon.  Fished up north, tried a couple of spots and was ready to head south when we saw the birds.  Got our limit of overs too quick, dead sticking.  Went back to the same area the next morning, got wet in the rain, birds were gone but fish were there.    Went in dried off warmed up and now that we knew what to do, we went to the same area, no birds no fish.  Just when I think I know something about fishing ...............
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Join the club. I took my son and grandson out yesterday(Saturday) and knew we would catch fish in my favorite spots . Thursday 10.5 lb was biggest but Saturday NADA , a big fat nothing . Don't feel bad just keep chunking and winding.
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I think it'd be fun to track a few Stripers over the course of a year...
See all where they went and how long they stayed there....

I'm sure much of their travels would be expected...
But hopefully there'd be some surprises...

Lookin' for'em is part of the fun...
Not knowing how the day's gonna play-out provides a little intrigue...
If'ya didn't have to look for'em, it'd be just like going to store...
You'd just drive there and get'em....not nearly as much fun...[smile]

Sounds like ya'll got'em while they were there....
Thanks for the Report...[smile]
 


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Left at 6:00AM drove down to the lake, stopped for Fuel for truck, gas for boat, snacks for me .  Then battery had died of old age,  had to go back to town to buy a new one.  Great start, got on the water about noon.  Fished up north, tried a couple of spots and was ready to head south when we saw the birds.  Got our limit of overs too quick, dead sticking.  Went back to the same area the next morning, got wet in the rain, birds were gone but fish were there.    Went in dried off warmed up and now that we knew what to do, we went to the same area, no birds no fish.  Just when I think I know something about fishing ...............


Dang...sounds like one of my days.  [smile]

Yes.....stripers must be pretty smart fish.

They let us "think" we know what we are doing then they either (1) vanish (2) get lock jaw r (3) sit under our boats, show up on the screen and laugh at us.....

You'll get 'em next time!!

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