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Old 11-01-2018, 09:25 AM
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2 Feet Deep, that's crazy! Were the bass in the same depth? I'm seeing them a lot in either 2' or 23'. I don't like to waste gas, but this time of year... I think it's a scam derived by the oil companies!
The bass were very shallow, seemed to be sitting between the shad that were out just a bit (4-5 foot) and the bank. They would hit it on the bank side of the shad.

The striper came where there was plenty of busting, but I didn't catch anything else. There were multiple striper up shallow which I could see roll on the shad. Like some others, I find it a struggle where there is a ton of shad, even if they are being chased. Find an area that has some,, just not wall to wall.
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Old 11-01-2018, 09:29 AM
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RELAX! The post was "tongue in cheek", ala Merv and SAMBOLIE style.
Hey Merv. I think Adrian is telling you to kiss his cheek. The one above his knees.

As one but cheek said to the other: If we stick together we can stop this $hit.
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Old 11-01-2018, 01:27 PM
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The bass were very shallow, seemed to be sitting between the shad that were out just a bit (4-5 foot) and the bank. They would hit it on the bank side of the shad.

The striper came where there was plenty of busting, but I didn't catch anything else. There were multiple striper up shallow which I could see roll on the shad. Like some others, I find it a struggle where there is a ton of shad, even if they are being chased. Find an area that has some,, just not wall to wall.
I think I'm just going to bass fish with a cast net from now on!
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Old 11-01-2018, 01:31 PM
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RELAX! The post was "tongue in cheek", ala Merv and SAMBOLIE style.
You might as well have said I voted for Hillary! I can't stand long arming. You could have at least said I was trying to make a 25 pounder look like a 30 pounder BTW, you catching anything of Priest? Thinking about heading over there.
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Old 11-01-2018, 03:00 PM
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I feel ya! My hatred grows for fall fishing daily! Every Single Damn Day is different. Either you are in the right place at the right time or you look like a chump! How can the coves be so full of shad and no bass chasing them? Then one day you drive by in the car and bass chasing shad everywhere and you don't have any gear in the truck. It's almost impossible to get a pattern going. Give me July any day. I know how to ledge fish like a mofo What have you thrown at the Stripers gorging themselves?


I have thrown 6 spoons, rat l traps, jerk baits, big (6) swim baits, small (2.5-3.5) swimbaits, spinnerbaits, underspins with both size seimbaits on them, hair jig with and without swim baits and an under spin hair jig with and without swim bait. Only thing I did t throw was an Alabama rig and dynamite!! So Im as lost as last years Easter egg.


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Old 11-01-2018, 03:01 PM
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You might as well have said I voted for Hillary! I can't stand long arming. You could have at least said I was trying to make a 25 pounder look like a 30 pounder BTW, you catching anything of Priest? Thinking about heading over there.


Why the f#*k would you vote for Hillary?????








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Old 11-01-2018, 03:40 PM
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Why the f#*k would you vote for Hillary?????








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Old 11-01-2018, 04:55 PM
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You might as well have said I voted for Hillary! I can't stand long arming. You could have at least said I was trying to make a 25 pounder look like a 30 pounder BTW, you catching anything of Priest? Thinking about heading over there.
Priest is still slow, needs a month to six weeks.
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Old 11-01-2018, 07:02 PM
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