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James

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Bait was easier today, after we moved about 5 miles. Hit multiple spots and all held fish. A couple 8 pounders were the biggest. Got cold and left them biting. All caught on live bait, drifting.

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Lookin' Good James....!!! [smile]

Once'ya get cold its hard to turn it around, kinda takes the fun out of things....


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big smile on the young'ens face is priceless

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great report james keep them coming[thumb]
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Nice fish
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Nice fish.  Made it up there today for the first time in a long time.  Launched around 9am at High Port and took a right to head for the Cross area.  Birds working in channel.  Stopped and tried some dead sticking.  One rod went down in the holder but I missed it.  Birds moved on and I headed for the cross.  Stopped about a mile short near a camoed guide boat and tried some more.  Kinda slow, saw them catch one dink.  Headed further north for shallower water but nothing on the graph but bait....no fish.

Headed back south and picked up the birds again near where the guide boat was...he left. Chased them and the shad towards the point south and east of the Cross picking up multiple fish along the way on 1 oz horse heads.  Finally landed two good fish in 15 minutes, an 11.7 and an 8.8. 

Birds and shad died out as we got close to shore.  Spent rest of day catching smaller stripers on horse heads then switching to deep running shad crankbaits......this really produced.  Guess it was the noise they put out.  Was concerned the hooks would bend if I hooked a large one, but for volume it was the right call.

Headed back around 2 pm and there were multiple boats working the birds in the channel between the islands and the south shore.  Great Day on Big Tex.
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