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    The last several weeks Iíve been fishing a flat that I traditionally fish now this time of year. One trip the bite is great. The next itís a grind. One week their shallower 13-15 fow, the next their 18-20 fow and on the bottom. The days Iíve gone where itís a grind. Thereís zero wind and high skies. Just has always worked out the day I can go itís those conditions. Yesterday they bit pretty steady. Not a grind but not stellar either. Have to get away from the shad. When the shad is stretched out for yards on end. Get out of it. Look for more clumps or nothing and just roaming fish. Itís been more consistent then. I guess it not really a grind just takes time to break the flat down each trip. Like fish are here, too much shad over there, thereís nothing here. Okay fish are located here today, fish here. Best consistent that last couple weeks is minnow rigging 17-20 fow, 15 feet deep to the bottom.

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    Awesome job and some good catches
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    Quote Originally Posted by LanceHughey View Post
    The last several weeks I’ve been fishing a flat that I traditionally fish now this time of year. One trip the bite is great. The next it’s a grind. One week their shallower 13-15 fow, the next their 18-20 fow and on the bottom. The days I’ve gone where it’s a grind. There’s zero wind and high skies. Just has always worked out the day I can go it’s those conditions. Yesterday they bit pretty steady. Not a grind but not stellar either. Have to get away from the shad. When the shad is stretched out for yards on end. Get out of it. Look for more clumps or nothing and just roaming fish. It’s been more consistent then. I guess it not really a grind just takes time to break the flat down each trip. Like fish are here, too much shad over there, there’s nothing here. Okay fish are located here today, fish here. Best consistent that last couple weeks is minnow rigging 17-20 fow, 15 feet deep to the bottom.

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    Good Fishing Lance
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    Holy cow,,, that boat must fly with that 250 hp motor on her,,,, great catch.,,, can’t wait to fish Beaver lake one day….
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