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    Water was still in the mid/high 60s here. Not...

    Water was still in the mid/high 60s here. Not sure about there but they're not going deep here yet.
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    Hopefully this cooler weather sends those garfish...

    Hopefully this cooler weather sends those garfish into hibernation...or wherever they go when it gets cold. 11 is plenty for a good meal!
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    A small percentage of fishermen catch the...

    A small percentage of fishermen catch the majority of fish. Livescope has certainly helped but I'm guessing it's helping the same guys that caught them before. Fishing was really pressured this year,...
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    We're in the mid 80s this week. I'm waiting for...

    We're in the mid 80s this week. I'm waiting for it to cool off!
  5. Thread: BAM

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    Heard that Henderson's picking back up again....

    Heard that Henderson's picking back up again. What general area? Buddy of mine got 9 from a kayak saturday so he must have been fairly close to the launch.
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    It was pretty hairy here in Lafayette/Carencro. ...

    It was pretty hairy here in Lafayette/Carencro. Couple of big pecan branches down in the yard but those things fall apart with any major storm. Didn't hit the house so happy about that!
  7. Thread: Fall to Winter

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    Not sure. Where I was, 20-25 feet was the...

    Not sure. Where I was, 20-25 feet was the deepest and that's where they were. I do remember reading that 40ft number somewhere, too.
  8. Thread: Wade fishing?

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    Wade fishing?

    Was watching a video from Grenada where they were wade fishing for spawning fish in the spring. I know that a lot of areas around here had really high water the last few winters and almost into the...
  9. Thread: Fall to Winter

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    Once water temps drop into the 50s here (LA), we...

    Once water temps drop into the 50s here (LA), we start fishing deep. Double minnow rigs on or near the bottom in the deepest holes worked last winter for me.
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    My dream trip would be a week at the north MS...

    My dream trip would be a week at the north MS reservoirs-grenada, arkbutla, sardis, enid.
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    Man, the restaurant price for boiled crabs these...

    Man, the restaurant price for boiled crabs these days is insane!
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    Nice color to those fish!

    Nice color to those fish!
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    Some pointy brown sacalait

    Gave the usual spotted ones a break on Sunday and went out to Vermilion Bay with my son. He's not as interested in jigging for sacalait but loves a crabbing/shrimping trip. Went to one of the weirs...
  14. Thread: Trout Magnets

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    They work but not any better than the hair jigs I...

    They work but not any better than the hair jigs I normally use. And hair jigs can be fished all day long without having to adjust the body or changing out the bodies.
  15. Thread: 337 area

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    Around the Lake Fausse Point area inside the...

    Around the Lake Fausse Point area inside the basin levee. I'm not real familiar with the area so can't really tell you much more than that.
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    Thanks guys. After about a year of learning, I...

    Thanks guys. After about a year of learning, I think I kind of cracked the code on them. Never really load up but always enough for a couple meals and I'm ok with that!
  17. Thread: Spring water

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    Theoretically, it should be pretty pure. However,...

    Theoretically, it should be pretty pure. However, if you've ever had an aquarium, you know that water sometimes need to be treated and/or rested before you put fish in. I usually try to use the...
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    Whiskey Bay box shots

    The water's been low and launching is iffy but I'm in a small single axle trailer and have had to pick just the right spot to drop in and pull out (left/north part of the launch is a little better). ...
  19. Thread: 337 area

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    Henderson's really low right now with the...

    Henderson's really low right now with the drawdown. In fact, they're closing the public launch Monday. Some folks have been catching around Bayou Benoit, which is closer to you I'm guessing.
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    I've caught better with minnows on a jighead for...

    I've caught better with minnows on a jighead for some reason. Not sure if they're easier for crappie to eat that way or something. I'll sometimes do a double rig with a jighead on bottom and a...
  21. Thread: I'm hooked!

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    I'm kind of glad my boat is too small to set up...

    I'm kind of glad my boat is too small to set up for spider rigging. I would have spent the money already!
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    Dunno. Maybe he helped feed the less fortunate. ...

    Dunno. Maybe he helped feed the less fortunate. If only for his personal and/or family consumption, I would agree. Why? I'm fishing a couple times a week these days and my family's tired of eating...
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    Have seen it at a few places-some from storm...

    Have seen it at a few places-some from storm surge, some from decaying matter zapping oxygen, some from winds/current turning bottom up, etc.
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    I don't have carpet so that's a non-issue! Just...

    I don't have carpet so that's a non-issue! Just spray down and every now and then. I do get that glitter all over my face after a trip and wife/kids always joke about that!
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    The crowd has gone south towards Bayou Benoit for...

    The crowd has gone south towards Bayou Benoit for a few weeks now. It's not nearly as crowded when I pass over the Henderson launch. It's more of a shade thing now!
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    Crappie nibbles!

    Man, I've been using the green glitter ones and have to say they work really well on a hair jig! Almost every fish I've caught in the last couple of months has been on that combo. Maybe the glitter...
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    Yep, not sure where you are but here in S....

    Yep, not sure where you are but here in S. Louisiana you don't need a boat because there's freshwater and saltwater fishing everywhere. You don't even need a rod and reel. Years ago, my dad taught...
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    If you think regular fishing's expensive, try...

    If you think regular fishing's expensive, try offshore fishing! One day I was laying on a bean bag in the back of the offshore boat and looked up and counted the costs of the rod/reels that were in...
  29. Thread: Sicily Island

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    Nice!

    Nice!
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    About the only thing keeping me sane the last few...

    About the only thing keeping me sane the last few months!
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