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Arrived at Quinlan at 6:25a and there were already 6 empty trailers parked. With all that I went all the way north to the damn and thought I would try top water which I hadn't done for awhile. The water was really milky. Last time I was up there in late July the water was crystal clear. Caught two dinks over about 90 minutes on a torpedo. Two other boats came up. Talked to one before I left and they hadn't hit anything. I moved south to the cliff's and caught another two dinks, but not until after the first buoy. Then I went across over to the docks and caught two keepers. Back to Quinlan at 11:30a. All together I caught about 10. A good day.