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Old 11-05-2018, 08:12 PM
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I will be extremely interested in the bad days as well. I am trying to understand or quantify the effects of cold fronts have on fishing if any. I donít bass fish that much anymore but I do fish for Crappie and the Line Sided species. Just like last Saturday, it was a post cold front day and I caught only one small Striper.

Bad conditions? Bad fishermen? Or maybe both. LOL �� But I am a weekend warrior and have to go when I can.

And I am trying to pattern the shad also, that is a whole other topic.
I will give my report on a bad day:

Nov. 5 2018
Arrive at lake at 2 pm
Wind: Small breeze from the east
Temp: 66
Sunny
Made 12-15 casts with Thunder Hawk. Hung on ? And broke off
Go to car and get rig #2. Walk back to lake and make 2 casts. Hang on ?and break off. Tie on Ned Bait and make 1 cast. Hang on ? And break off
Tie on Bass N Grub. Make 30 or more casts. Hang on ? And break off.
Return to car. Throw all equipment in car.
Burn rubber leaving parking lot.
Go by beer store and get a 12 pack.
Jump in recliner. Drink 3 or 4 beers while wife prepares dinner.
Life is good except for the xx##$$** fish bite.
Hope beer lasts through the shiXXty TV programs tonight.
Will get up and vote tomorrow and return to lake to lose more lures.
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Old 11-05-2018, 10:54 PM
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Yeah if I didnít post my bad trips I wouldnít post much at all. I try to include all the info I have from my trips. Even posting what didnít work might help someone. Fishing old hickory most of the time, there are not too many secret spots. Usually you are just trying to find the spot 10 other boats didnít hit already that day. Love your post t-rig. Never feel they are bragging and instead give others encouragement that fish are biting.


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Old 11-06-2018, 06:02 AM
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I will give my report on a bad day:

Nov. 5 2018
Arrive at lake at 2 pm
Wind: Small breeze from the east
Temp: 66
Sunny
Made 12-15 casts with Thunder Hawk. Hung on ? And broke off
Go to car and get rig #2. Walk back to lake and make 2 casts. Hang on ?and break off. Tie on Ned Bait and make 1 cast. Hang on ? And break off
Tie on Bass N Grub. Make 30 or more casts. Hang on ? And break off.
Return to car. Throw all equipment in car.
Burn rubber leaving parking lot.
Go by beer store and get a 12 pack.
Jump in recliner. Drink 3 or 4 beers while wife prepares dinner.
Life is good except for the xx##$$** fish bite.
Hope beer lasts through the shiXXty TV programs tonight.
Will get up and vote tomorrow and return to lake to lose more lures.
Hahahah
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Old 11-07-2018, 05:01 AM
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I'll get it started some time this week. I'm having withdrawals as I haven't fished in 2 weeks. Work has been kinda crazy lately. I took the job I have because it's a good paying job, at night, and usually 3-4 nights a week. Barring bad weather, I will be on the water Thursday and Friday and maybe Saturday.
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