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    Default Whiskey Bay 7/2/22

    Had to search for them this go round but did find a few closer to Ramah launch. Still catching them shallow in 3-4 feet in dirty-ish water. Orange/chartreuse still working.
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    Awesomeness, thanks for sharing
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    H…are u using a cork or tight lining?
    Beautiful catch..!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sac-a-lait D.A. View Post
    H…are u using a cork or tight lining?
    Beautiful catch..!!


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    Tightlining. And usually on the upcurrent side of the bridge pilings. You'd think it would be the other way around, huh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hthoang View Post
    Tightlining. And usually on the upcurrent side of the bridge pilings. You'd think it would be the other way around, huh?
    Thanks H…and your right…I would definitely think the down side too!
    Thanks for sharing ..!


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    Fantastic catch!!

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    Nice catch


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sac-a-lait D.A. View Post
    Thanks H…and your right…I would definitely think the down side too!
    Thanks for sharing ..!


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    If you're using crappie nibbles then it makes sense your catching them up current they are swimming up stream to the smell, if not then that is weird.

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    I have that happen on Old River a lot.

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