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Old 03-07-2018, 02:38 PM   #1
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The fish are not shallow. They have moved deep or have lockjaw. I caught 1 all morning.
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Old 03-07-2018, 03:10 PM   #2
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aint holding your mouth open correctly then.
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Keep poking around. It's a big lake, but you will find them.
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Try a shallow east bank between 2 and 5
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Did better this afternoon. I caught 6 and my buddy 1. He used minnows and I used a jig tipped with a minnow. 38 in the morning so it will be another tough day. The fish have left the shallows waiting for warmer weather.
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Fishing before 2 may be a wasted effort. Seriously. Try the shallow spots in the warmth of the day. Eggs are like Christmas, they coming, no matter what
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Friend of mine - caught from Eufala today. He said the wind was rough
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Woke up to frost and 30 degrees. I sure would like to know what area your friend fished. Every boat we talked to was having the same result as us.
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Woke up to frost and 30 degrees. I sure would like to know what area your friend fished. Every boat we talked to was having the same result as us.


Sorry - he ainít that gooda friend. Sure he was spider rigging
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We are not going back until this afternoon. Supposed to warm up to mid 50's. The guy in the picture must have fished brush in deeper water. Where we were they had left the shallow water. Spots where my buddy has caught them in the past.
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