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    Jim and I combo trolled yesterday. We had a fair day. We kept 18 fish 11-12.5 inches in length. The bigger fish evaded us all day but we managed enough good eating size to put in the live well. The water temperature was 53-55 degrees. We caught most of the fish in the main creek channels and coves that had small creek channels. We were trolling about 8-10 feet deep and I added 1/24 oz split shot to some of my long lines to get a bit deeper. We caught fish on blue/black/char, Tenn. shad, wildcat and assorted other colors. The late afternoon bite was the best part of the day and we were able to catch fish in places that did not produce fish earlier in the day. We had to work for them. So far this fall the fishing has not been as good as in previous years but it may yet improve. It looks like Jim and I are out of service for a while as he is having to work on his boat trailer and my Yamaha outboard got sick at the end of the day yesterday. Please pray for my Yamaha. Just kidding. I hope you enjoy the video.

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    Sorry to hear about your motor. What were the symptoms?

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    nice video, hope your motor is not too sick.
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    Nice video. Do you push out the front and pull from the back.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jim.b View Post
    Sorry to hear about your motor. What were the symptoms?
    It ran fine on the way out. Trolled all day and started outboard to head to the ramp and it ran real rough like one of the cylinders was not firing. When I gave it throttle it smoothed out and ran fine. When we slowed it ran terrible and would not idle. Couldn't keep it running long enough at low speed to get it up on the trailer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1234 View Post
    Nice video. Do you push out the front and pull from the back.


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    Yes we do push and pull at the same time. Jim pushes 8 rods out the front and 4 of my long lines (2-16 footers and 2-12 footers) out of the front left and right sides. I fish 4, 8 foot Crappie Max rods out of the back. The other pulling rods are B&M trolling rods.


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    Thanks for sharing!!
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    Another great video.
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    Nice vid. Thanks again!
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    Great video, thank you for sharing.
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