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    Default Dang wind is howling, can't go fishing

    I'm tying jigs, fixing stuff on the boat, re-spooling reels, puttering around with gear and waiting for this wind to lay down. Looks like Thursday is the best day this week to go to Oconee again, anyone else going?

    I suppose if it is too windy to fish, I should go out and cruise around looking for brushpiles and setting waypoints. I might do that tomorrow on Lanier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jawjatek View Post
    I'm tying jigs, fixing stuff on the boat, re-spooling reels, puttering around with gear and waiting for this wind to lay down. Looks like Thursday is the best day this week to go to Oconee again, anyone else going?

    I suppose if it is too windy to fish, I should go out and cruise around looking for brushpiles and setting waypoints. I might do that tomorrow on Lanier.
    Wind will make for better boat control if livescoping.


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    How so?
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    With the wind forecast looks like Thursday will be my next trip to Oconee. I think I will try the south end of the lake to avoid the crowds.
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    @Thunder : I suppose you mean a steady wind to keep the boat from swinging around too much on spot-lock, if one has the LS mounted on the TM shaft. Mine is not. I'm talking about winds over 15 mph with gusts to 20+ mph. No fun in any fishing situation, IMO. Hard to keep a cigar lit. :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by jawjatek View Post
    @Thunder : I suppose you mean a steady wind to keep the boat from swinging around too much on spot-lock, if one has the LS mounted on the TM shaft. Mine is not. I'm talking about winds over 15 mph with gusts to 20+ mph. No fun in any fishing situation, IMO. Hard to keep a cigar lit. :D
    I was being sarcastic!!! The wind sure makes it tough.


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    Ooops. I take everything y'all say seriously, I guess. These fish are making me crazy. Crappie crazy.



    Edit: just checked weather, only calling for 10-20 mph tomorrow.
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    yes the wend and a lot of other things like work and had a death in family and had to go to Oklahoma for a week . looks like being behind on work and chores around the house will interfere some more along with Dr apt.well maybe one day soon .
    retired and now i will always fish

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    Fished Lanier today. Caught a pretty good many, just can't find the good size like I do on Oconee.
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    Hard to keep a cigar lit.

    Chew it instead of setting it on fire, being careful which direction you spit
    'at boy just ain't right.
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