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Got on the water late (7:00 a.m.) due to having to get new 2 new trolling batteries. They've been giving me problems and finally decided to bite the dust....I should've check them the night before but was busy and didnt get a chance.
Anyway, topwater was really slow for us, we caught a few. We then went over to 3 fingers and looked for some schoolies. There were a few here and there but I dont think the shad are really bunched up yet so the bass arent bunched up in big schools yet either. We chased a few small schools for a little while but they didnt stay up very long. When they would come up and you took a shot at em' they were already headed back down. Should get better as the days go on...
We fished a hump mid lake and picked up a few on T'rigs and C'rigs not enought to keep us there.
Hit a tank dam where the slight breeze we had was blowing across and saw a few bait balls around so we stopped. Glad we did because the fish were there! First cast I caught a 3 lb'er. After all was said and done we probably caught another 15 fish off of one little spot on this tank dam on c'rigs and t'rigs. I caught one that I swear was 8 lbs. Put it on the scale and it said 6lbs and some change.....I"m gonna put some weight on the scale and see if its reading right? Both of us said it was an 8 when I got it in the boat....
Anyway, it was a good day on the water with a good friend.
Hope this helps,
Noel
 

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Thanks for the report Noel.

I'm ready to hit this lake again myself. Nothing like a good bass catching fix. Right now the bass seem to be bunched up. When you catch one in an area, stick around because there are several others there feeding as well.
 
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