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Carters #17305 12/26/14 10:48 PM
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Are the biting there Bob?

Re: Carters [Re: RabidCliff] #17306 12/27/14 01:00 AM
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I had 4 and Wally had 6. My four were on the smaller side and Wally's best five would've gone between 8 and 9 lbs. All but one on FnF, one on Fish head spin. Talked to Louie today, he's been putting his clients on Spotted bass by drifting trout for striper! lol. He said he was catching some good spots deep (around 70+). The lower end of the lake is super clear with 10-12' visibility in some places. The River is a little stained. Water temps were generally 53-54 degrees with only the last stretch up the river around 49 degrees.


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