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Went out to my local lake for about 3 hours this morning just before sunrise. Started out on the dam using a black/red worm with no luck. Got snagged and broke off so I tied on a 1/4 ounce white roostertail and went down to the creek below the dam. Caught a brown and a rainbow trout (both personal firsts) and a good size pickerel. Hooked another pick but he threw the hook. Then I ended getting caught in a tree branch over-hanging the creek and got broke off again so I decided to call it quits at that spot and move around the lake to this small bridge. I tied on a KVD squarebill in tennessee shad and finished out the day with 2 largemouth. The smaller one didn't put up any kind of fight at all til he was about 5ft away from me. I thought I was just dragging a clump of weeds.

Nov. 10, 2012   Lake Tuckahoe

Nov. 10, 2012   Lake Tuckahoe (2)

Nov. 10, 2012   Lake Tuckahoe (3)

Nov. 10, 2012   Lake Tuckahoe (4)

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Fishing both salt and fresh every day, unless I get skunked everyday is a multi species day. Pretty windy today so I opted to skip the ocean and go to the intra-coastal. No bait around but I did land a snook, a small one about 26", then I hit on 3 jack crevelles, 1 small and the other 2 were around 5#. I stop on the way home and still using my 2000 reel and med spin rod and same xrap I catch a couple of bass and peacock. I haven't been out for my PM bass fishing yet but yesterday I had 7 in about an hour and caught snook, jacks and peacocks in the morning.

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Way to go. A lot of bass fisherman are not anglers.

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Nice fish. I just pulled the old rooster tail out the other day myself. Good fun I might pick up some newer ones. They are good for all species. I was getting a few dinky bass with mine. Hahaha

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Went out to my local lake for about 3 hours this morning just before sunrise. Started out on the dam using a black/red worm with no luck. Got snagged and broke off so I tied on a 1/4 ounce white roostertail and went down to the creek below the dam. Caught a brown and a rainbow trout (both personal firsts) and a good size pickerel. Hooked another pick but he threw the hook. Then I ended getting caught in a tree branch over-hanging the creek and got broke off again so I decided to call it quits at that spot and move around the lake to this small bridge. I tied on a KVD squarebill in tennessee shad and finished out the day with 2 largemouth. The smaller one didn't put up any kind of fight at all til he was about 5ft away from me. I thought I was just dragging a clump of weeds.

Fishing both salt and fresh every day, unless I get skunked everyday is a multi species day. Pretty windy today so I opted to skip the ocean and go to the intra-coastal. No bait around but I did land a snook, a small one about 26", then I hit on 3 jack crevelles, 1 small and the other 2 were around 5#. I stop on the way home and still using my 2000 reel and med spin rod and same xrap I catch a couple of bass and peacock. I haven't been out for my PM bass fishing yet but yesterday I had 7 in about an hour and caught snook, jacks and peacocks in the morning.

Nice job Tuckahoe, and nice job SirSnook.... Today I was targeting brown trout in small streams and we came out with some decent ones...

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I went back to my peacock spot about noon and get several more, this time I had 6/12 clarus and 30 supreme and it was big time fun catching a pea that was only about 3#. I did take a photo but with no lure in it's mouth or anything for size reference it's pointless to post it.

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Im used to catching pickerel when Im fishing. It was the trout that really made my day being that they were my first. Thinking I might switch over to trout for the colder months once the bass slow down and stop hitting my cranks. I don't think I have the patience for super slow winter worm fishing.

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