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Saturday too windy so played poker at Choctaw and cashed the noon tourney. Sunday looked fishy! It was and how! Rounded Preston Point and was headed way west. Got stopped a little short by the birds and boy was it on. Broke out the Captain Macks and bam, fish on. 25" threw him back. The fishing got completely out of hand. Put a 33" 15 pounder in the live well, started letting over after over go. Put a nice 28" in the live well for Gail. THEN 32" 14 pounder released other rig had a double of 30 inchers on at the same time. Boat with 3 guys was close by and asked what I was using. I said Captain Macks, go get you one their worth it. Finally took it in after letting 20+ overs go. Chartreuse was the color in the bright daylight. Fish are on the bottom in 50' of water. Usually the river ledge where creek meets it. Another guy trolling with down riggers on the bottom released a 20 pounder and caught a ton. Head west young man, the fish are west of North Island. Heard they were east of North Island in the high wind Saturday.

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Nice work man we searched and searched but never found any
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Great trip, how do you get your Mack down to 50 ft. ? Charles
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Thanks for the report!
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Tuna, you can add weights of different sizes to get deeper.
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Captain Macks sales all kinds of lures, what type worked for you, soft, horsetails,spoons, chipmonk?

Either way, sounds like a heck of a fun day[thumb]
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Captain Mack's umbrella rig 4arm 3oz with 9 jigs
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Thank you Sir! I have yet to get u to try a umbrella rig, but some are swearing by them.
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Sounds like a lot of fun.

The big fish I've caught have been in less than 30 feet of water slow rolling sassys and dead sticking.

I've seen several people trolling out by West Island but haven't seen them hook up.



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Ax, I know what was working Sunday and looked at my navionics maps and have an idea what's happening. Got a report from Lake Lanier and it seems to be the same pattern. Fish are hugging the bottom and your treeling or slow rolling sassy shad should produce. But, it has to be slow and in the right spot. I saw lots of boats throwing lures with no result. If your throwing plastic I believe you have to drift and slow roll it right now and
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Do you think any of these fish are in range of small boats? I was thinking of launching this weekend up at Caney creek or Roads end. I want to try your umbrella rig tactic. Any advice?
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Their in range of most boats just depends how windy it is. Doesn't look like its going to be too windy this week. Chartreuse is the color and look for birds working.Trolling about 2.2 to 2.4 mph. Really have to locate them on your fish finder and drop those rigs or the birds are usually the best fish finder out there. But they don't always get up. Texoma has a big learning curve so you just have to try different things. 125 feet on a heavy umbrella rig has been working.
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