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Lanier 8/30/14 #16769 08/31/14 08:00 PM
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Fished Lanier yesterday, the fish are starting to transition to a fall pattern. We seen several schoolers that was keyed in on small bait. We caught 3 on bladed baits and one on top. We had 4-5 to pull off on a jig, to me there wanting to feed up. We had a few grown uns to follow a swim bait but wouldn't commit. We fished from 8:30-1:00 then went looking and marking brush. Points was more productive us on the main lake.


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Re: Lanier 8/30/14 [Re: Pheonix819] #16771 09/01/14 11:00 PM
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Good report Scott, I'm heading to Lanier the 6th with George Jenkins, I'll report after

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