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Thread: Kayak Trip Report, Limestone Bay/Creek

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    Default Kayak Trip Report, Limestone Bay/Creek

    I know it would be a rough day with the cold front coming through, but you fish when you can. The fish were on fire all day. Caught and released endless gills, bass and Crappie, kept half a limit for lunch tomorrow and released the rest. Fish were caught on 1/16oz White Marabou single pole on isolated brush and jig and bobber anywhere there was some shade. Most of the gills, bass and numerous Crappie also came off a 1/32oz spinner with a 1" slide body. Water was 68 degrees and very muddy where there was current, clearer and 70 in the pits.

    Also got to spent part of the day fishing with the big Gator, he's still in the same pit.

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    Did you have to put in at the bridge??


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    Yep, but the water was just high enough that I paddle all the way down without having to drag over anywhere. That will end once the water drops another couple inches.
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    Great looking mess of fish
    :I would like to thank the builders of docks for giving me a place to fish and lose tackle

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    Great catch. Good job. Thanks for sharing.
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    Congrats
    on Another fun day!
    nice mess

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    One day one day, I'll be like Ditch. Nice catch. I knew I should have went this am.

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    Love, what more can I say
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    Another awesome day DB, WTG!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mighty View Post
    One day one day, I'll be like Ditch. Nice catch. I knew I should have went this am.

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    Donít we all hope. Lol. I knew I should have went where ditch was yesterday but too hard headed.


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    Hey Ditch, just out of curiosity, when you say "single pole" what are you doing? How long of a pole are you using and how close are you getting to the cover? Are you using a long crappie pole and just kind of dipping your jig around the cover? I've had some success doing that, but I've always just used my 6.5 or 7 ft rods. In that really shallow water up in those spots, I'm wondering if you wouldn't need a longer pole.
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