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well it was a hard day with stubborn fish.knew it would be after bluebird sunny skys appeared.rubber lizard and i put 5 bass in the boat.here are the two best.a 4-2 and a 2-9.water temps were 76 to 80 degrees.fish were buried in the weeds.you had to hit them on the head to get a bite.i caught mine on a 10 inch power worm,a green/chartreuse zomm trick worm texas rigged.a 7 inch power worm and a wacky rigged senko.mike caught his on a ten inch worm.




 

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i messed up.same picture backwards.can't find other picture.
 

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weeds are as thick as ever and the fish are just buried in them.since we had a week of rain and then yesterday was sunny they just really didn't want to come out and play.the 4-2 I caught was right in a hole in the thickest weeds.
 

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when is that water going to wake up?????

this has been essentially non stop tough fishing since the spawn....

Cross River and New Croton both got over the post spawn blues, but this water just doesn't want to give up the ghost!
 
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