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Anyone notice fish moving up on beds yet? I'm in the pinellas county Florida area. The few ponds i regularly fish see to have the fish moving up but not staying locked on the beds.

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I can't get the pic to load. Keeps saying file is too big. Can anyone help?

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I'm also in pinellas the ponds in the largo area have had bed fish, one I could see and caught ran right back to the bed. Can you crop the photo to make it smaller!

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Anyone notice fish moving up on beds yet? I'm in the pinellas county Florida area. The few ponds i regularly fish see to have the fish moving up but not staying locked on the beds.

 

Pay attention to the water temps and the lunar cycle. For some reason they seem to move up right around the time of the full moon with water temps around the 60-62 degree water.  If you are seeing beds, fish outside them or off some sort of break where the bigger females may be posting up waiting to go up on the beds.

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I haven't seen any beds yet.

Pond fishing has been quite good at sunrise and sunset but the canal fishing has been way off, smaller fish too.

 

Reduce the size of the photo to attach the file or upload the pic to a site like photobucket, then put the link in the body of your post.

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I've scouted a ton of beds on Lake O and in the glades but yet to see any mommas on them. A few had some aggressive bucks but I didn't set the hook.

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I can't get the pic to load. Keeps saying file is too big. Can anyone help?

Heres the fish i caught off the bed a few weeks ago. finally got it to attatch

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Nice fish, great pic!

 

 

 

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