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Dodging Rain On Mtn Island Lake (Nc)

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Hi there.

Spent 3 hours on Mountain Island Lake yesterday. Mostly staying along inlets, pitching and skipping around and under docks.

I was using a chartreuse/white chatter bait (from Seibert Outdoors ... these things absolutely ROCK), and a weightless TR Senko ( as mentioned in another thread, this didn't work at all ... Newp, nada, nothing ... *cough*).

Partner was slow rolling a small Spinnerbait and also a CR Zoom.

Bite was slow, but steady. Caught a dozen "keeper" sized between us (largest just a touch over 3 lb) and a handful others that were 10" - 12" in length.

Eventually, incoming rain and darkness (and potential "frosty adult beverages" waiting at my place) chased us off the lake.

Fun day in fishing on a late Dec day in NC.

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Way to catch in December!!

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That's not to shabby out at Mountain Island! Sunday was def hit or miss with the rain. Thought I would watch the Panthers game instead. I like fishing out at mountain island but can never find a solid spot thats a go to. Usually ends up in pitching to the banks, or docks for fish when I get to get out on a boat. How was the water? Fished from the bank on Wylie today in Mount Holly and it was high and muddy. Couldn't get anything going!

Nathan

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