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    Default Fishing in the rain!

    I got on the water just before sunrise and was welcomed by a nice thunderstorm. I beached the boat and watched as the rapidly moving storm came and went. Tons of small fry and baitfish were everywhere so I tried trolling for a bit and caught several mostly small crappie. I thought I found a small group of crappie so I got out my jig pole and caught a few crappie, caught 2 white bass at the same time, and a bluegill. I went back to trolling as the rain started really coming down and caught a few more small crappie and a small walleye. Pic with jig is missing the BG baby shad that got ripped off...Name:  IMG_3691.jpg
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    Nice report, what garmin do you have and what is the mount called for your, i assume, live scope. Looks like a nice setup. Thank you. Tim.

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    The Garmin is a 1242xsv on a Balzout mount and the livescope transducer is mounted on a BowDucer made by Fishing Specialties in Colorado Springs. Name:  IMG_1911.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by PannieJoe View Post
    The Garmin is a 1242xsv on a Balzout mount and the livescope transducer is mounted on a BowDucer made by Fishing Specialties in Colorado Springs. Name:  IMG_1911.jpg
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    saved that info, that setup will work perfect on my boat. Thank you.

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