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Old 01-06-2016, 08:44 PM   #1
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I launched around 1300. After arriving at the first location, I saw zero signs of life.

I decided to make a 1.75 mile peddle to the second location. When I arrived, there was a gentleman in a boat hooked up on a fish. I peddled in quietly to have a chat. Shortly after I arrived, the gentleman moved out of the area. I moved around until I found where the big fish were staging, and put the first keeper Red in the kayak.

A very fat slot:

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I landed a few more Trout before leaving the area. My main goal of this trip was to find out how the freshwater affected the area.

I moved through an area slowly, and finally saw one lonely Mullet jump. I ended up putting a Trout and Red in the kayak before moving again.

I approached my final target area of the evening, and finally found the amount of bait I was hoping to find.

I caught a keeper Trout on five consecutive casts. It slowed down a little, but the Trout kept biting.

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I pulled the anchor stick, and moved a hundred yards or so the next drop off. There was plenty of bait with a little surface commotion in the area.

A boater was catching and releasing Trout as he trolled my direction. I hooked up, on short pause, and the fish took off to the West. He casted in the same area and instantly hooked up as well.

The fish headed for the grass and really should have got away. Some how, the hooks stayed in the fish. After a short while of getting my line out of the grass, I slipped her in the net.

She measured 33" and weighed in at 15 lbs. Luckily, the gentleman was kind enough to weigh the fish on his boga grip and take the picture. Thanks again!

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Old 01-06-2016, 09:00 PM   #2
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Nice striper, that might be the 1st one I've heard of caught on a Paul brown.
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Nice striper, that might be the 1st one I've heard of caught on a Paul brown.

Bruce, what are your thoughts on these lures?

I just started experimenting with them about a month ago.

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Dude, that's solid! Much better than I did! I went out last Sat and didn't see any sign of life at all . . . I put in at Mae Lane, paddled (kicked) all the way up to the launch in Bagdad, and then back down to the yellow river entrance. I threw paddlet-tails, zaras, suspended jerk baits. Only bite I got was the frostbite on my toes (need thicker socks).
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Bad ass day and great striper bro.
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I like them and have a few. You can sling them a mile.
They have an action you have to learn.
You do have to bend them back if you want the original action.

I have played around w/ bent sections and the different wobble they exhibit when sinking, if you've ever watched injured bait fish swim you know what I mean.

Have you tried the soft-dines?
PB's soft version of the MR series, they work also, but in my opinion not s good as the hard MR series.
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Bruce,

I spent the first day I bought them bending the crap out of them and dropping them into a tub of water and then the second day in crystal clear water watching them react.

I think the original hooks were horrible. I lost an unbelievable number of fish before switching them out.

I bought a box full of them and the soft dines in both sizes.

I have been using the Original to prevent the little fish from feasting on the smaller baits.


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Bad ass day and great striper bro.

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Fishn - the rain moved the fished around a bit. They will move back into a that area. I'm sure they are still there in decent numbers.


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I have been using the Original to prevent the little fish from feasting on the smaller baits.
Ha,ha,ha, what a horrible problem to have.
You've been catching some quality fish.
Nothing like time on water.
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