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Woke up at 2:30 couldn't go back to sleep so I got on the water in the dark and was off the water by 8:00 A.M. Wind was 5-10 knots out of the West Southwest. There were a few fish breaking water so I tied on a shallow water rapala jerk bait and proceeded to kill it on main-lake shallow (~10 foot) rocky shorelines. Air temp was ~40 degrees. No idea what the water temp was but it must be getting pretty warm.

Prior to this outing I was having little to no success in deeper water in the 20 ft range. A fish finder would probably have helped but Im a minimalist.

I always fish by myself and take selfies of anything noteworthy. Sometimes big fish look small and vice versa depending on angle etc. I decided to kiss it for perspective. Sorry about the creepy look but after all, you are the one creeping on me and by bae.

This was the biggest. There was one other keeper and rest were small.

I snapped the pic and put her back, still in extremely lively spirits. This marks the start of the season for me. March 2017 fish.jpg
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