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Caught These Today At Tree Top Park. 05/08/2015

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Caught these bass today with the Biospawn Exostick. First time using them and they actually produced some decent results. I caught a total of 8 bass today.

 

 

 

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Those are impressive catches. I made my way to tree tops park years ago and was completely skunked. Nice to see that park has nice fish in it. Good work!!

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Those are impressive catches. I made my way to tree tops park years ago and was completely skunked. Nice to see that park has nice fish in it. Good work!!

Thanks man!

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Have not fished Tree Tops in years. Congrats on some nice fish. Some of the lakes got so thick with undergrowth that it became difficult to fish. Pat Fitzpatrick used to have a huge youth fishing tournament with lots of prizes every year, at T/T park. Thanks for sharing!

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Thanks man!

I've considered going out there a few times but I hadn't been able to find any info online about the bass fishing. Nice job! 

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I've considered going out there a few times but I hadn't been able to find any info online about the bass fishing. Nice job! 

Thanks SFL, yeah their is actually some good bass there. Every time I go I catch about 10 bass in the 2-4 lb range. They tear up the 4 inch senkos, but this time I fished up those beauties with a BioSpawn Exostick pro 5inch. I was using the watermelon red flake.

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Excellent info man! Thanks. 

Yeah that watermelon red flake gets the job done most of the time. The majority of my worms and stick baits are watermelon red, or watermelon magic.

 

 

I see they do boat rentals there, have you ever rented? Do they allow you to bring your own boat? I'm talking something small like an inflatable that can be rowed. I assume none of their rental stuff has motors, or even trolling motors.

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Excellent info man! Thanks. 

Yeah that watermelon red flake gets the job done most of the time. The majority of my worms and stick baits are watermelon red, or watermelon magic.

 

 

I see they do boat rentals there, have you ever rented? Do they allow you to bring your own boat? I'm talking something small like an inflatable that can be rowed. I assume none of their rental stuff has motors, or even trolling motors.

They don't let you bring a boat nor a kayak, you need to rent their paddle boat. In all honestly you really don't need it. I've never rented a boat from there. I usually go on a week day when the park is dead. Normally you'll get some people go and try to fish but they don't catch anything and leave. People normally ask me if I catch fish there and I say yeah, they look at me like it's hard to believe. The same thing goes with Wolf Lake Park, man I catch so many bass there it's not even funny.  I'm just to lazy to drive up to the glades, I have a little spot I use to go to it's right by Holiday park, I call it the popper place. Man I would catch so much fish off the bank with poppers, it was crazy! I haven't been to that place in a long time. I might go this weekend coming up to check it out.

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