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Old 10-21-2018, 01:44 PM   #1
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Cool, this morning. Has anyone checked water temps lately - is it falling?
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I think that my machine said 73° around the mouth of perdido this afternoon.....but I'm not positive about that. I'll double check that tomorrow.
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Also, some big Stripers will be showing up as well...
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Also, some big Stripers will be showing up as well...
just never know when they will start. I sat out last winter. Not gonna happen again. New favorite way is a big jig and a 12" culprit worm.

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just never know when they will start. I sat out last winter. Not gonna happen again. New favorite way is a big jig and a 12" culprit worm.

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Large ba-donk-a-donk and large chug bug on top and saltwater size rattle trap have been produced most of my Stripers and Sunshine Bass...
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Large ba-donk-a-donk and large chug bug on top and saltwater size rattle trap have been produced most of my Stripers and Sunshine Bass...
The top water explosion is awesome. Grab a few big jigs and works this year. Use them in the typical deep spots. You know where. Watch for a cable down low at the one spot.

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The big stripers in my past life (Tennessee River) liked a big Redfin, fished so it made a “vee” wake. The strikes are amazing! Once I figured out the proper cranking speed, I had to look away, or else I would jerk it away from them on the strike.
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The big stripers in my past life (Tennessee River) liked a big Redfin, fished so it made a “vee” wake. The strikes are amazing! Once I figured out the proper cranking speed, I had to look away, or else I would jerk it away from them on the strike.
Yea, gotta let the rod "load up" or you'll miss 'em...
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at what Temp's do the bulls start coming into the bay?
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Not sure they are going to run this year. Just sell the boat and take up hunting.
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