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  1. #1
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    Travis

    Sorry for the late report, but been pretty busy with work and the holidays. Had a nice one on the lower end of the lake on a c-rig. Caught in 25 foot of water on drop off. Water temp was 64.2 degrees and wind 10 mph. Clear sky and high pressure. The fish was only 6 and 1/2 lbs. I did brake off 2 fish prior to that. One can only guess what their size was. Darn zebra muscles are nicking the line and have to re-rig every hour. Although I will say, both were pulling drag before they broke. Anyhoo... it was nice to have a few fish pulling hard like I was fishing at Falcon.
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    Now those are some NICE hogs!!! Look more like 8 lbers! What did you catch em on? Lower end of lake like closer to the dam?
    Congrats and TFTR...

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    Lower end on 161 foot drop off. C-rig and it really doesn't matter which worm. But baby brush hogs work just fine.

 

 

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