Slow day on Lake Travis 1/5/20
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    Slow day on Lake Travis 1/5/20

    Fished for 3 hrs today at my honey holes....caught only 2 small LMB
    Beautiful day though when the wind died down
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    Nice fish, and lake looks amazing weather wise.

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    I think I need to branch out and try some new baits, rather than always sticking with my go to Yum Dingers. Gonna try some shallow diving crankbaits, some deep divers, and some lipless next time to see if I can put more in the boat.
    Been trying top water poppers and Whopper Ploppers to NO avail.

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    Thanks for the post. I fished yesterday (01/06) a bit downstream from you. Same result. I was using shallow running crankbaits. I also fished Saturday (01/04), caught 3 decent fish, biggest 2-2, also on shallow running crankbait.
    "It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but those most adaptive to change." Charles Darwin

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    sexy shad colors or what color were you using?

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    I'm using bright green with yellow markings. Tried crawfish pattern Monday, but no bites. Then again, hardly any bites on anything.
    "It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but those most adaptive to change." Charles Darwin

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    Thanks....

 

 

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