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    Default a good bud called me last night

    and said i cant find them , i said thats because they KEEP going back in shallow over and over this year .
    told him to concentrate on 10 fow or less for a bit as they all seem to be undecided as to when to retreat for good .
    tip of the week yawl
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    Same here in Alabama. Last Friday I started out in around 15 feet. Nothing. Kept moving up and found them in 3-4 feet of water.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Damion Kidd View Post
    Same here in Alabama. Last Friday I started out in around 15 feet. Nothing. Kept moving up and found them in 3-4 feet of water.


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    we can find some in deeper water in a few spots ,but there seems to be very few of any size out past about 10 fow
    i do know there are some good fish deeper at Joe Poole though ,just not many of them from what i hear and see
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    Caught everything within a foot or so of the bottom today, from 14'-20'. Almost nothing in the top 10' of the water. Fishing was slow, only caught 41 in three hours of fishing. 20 were 5-8 inches, 20 were small keepers, most were barely over 10 inches. Caught 1 just over 14", weight 1.34 lbs.

    Every bite was a hard bite, none of that trying to sneak away with the jig today. I felt every thrump. They fought like much bigger fish. i often had my rod tip bend double getting to the surface and landed.

    It was a fun filled day for me, even through it was a little slow. It was a good day for the crappie as well, as I released everything I caught today.

    Was told by one bass fisherman that he was seeing bass on the rocks now. Guess that means the crappie spawn is over in that spot.
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    most of my yesterdays fish never thumped it , just laid up the line
    71 water temps and lots of them full of eggs ...go figure
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