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Sunday 7:00-12:00, Wind varied 0-15 ENE, bright sun, total clouds, brief showers, water dropped some, clariety clear on the flats, stained in the canals, no current.

 

I picked up Dave (Canesfan) early and we went to Lox road ramps.  We fished the spoil bank on the flat side from east to west.  I started with a HB Frog and Dave started with a Chatterbait.  We had no action on either of these baits.  After 20 minutes I switch to a zoom u-vibe and started catching right away.  The action was slow but steady throwing plastics.  The bass were not big but willing to play.  After drifting for several miles along the spoil bank we went to the north weed wall on the flat and caught a bunch in the small pad clumps isolated on the flat.  We began running out of water in the thick weeds so we headed back to the spoil bank and caught a bunch more.  We threw u-vibes, senkos, beavers, and trick worms all catching fish.  We ended at noon catching 28 bass between the two of us.  The largest were in the 2 pound range.  It was a fun day with the wind helping us stay in stealth mode, and off the trolling motor.  Also a lot of bass were caught on long casts since the water was so clear and we didnt want to spook them.  Vegetation in real thick in some areas and with limited water its hard to get around in some areas.  Before leaving we went to the main canal and fished the drop off ledge and the deep water.  Neither of us got even a bite in the canal.  The flat was where it was at on this day.

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Hey Geo,

  Great report!  Seems like you frequent Lox.  Ive never been but have heard good things.  Know of any bank fishing or possible kayak drops that dont require a super long paddle to get in front of some fish?  Would like to take a little road trip here in the near future and was curious if iy would be worth the effort without a boat. Thanks sir. 

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15 hours ago, Turf said:

Hey Geo,

  Great report!  Seems like you frequent Lox.  Ive never been but have heard good things.  Know of any bank fishing or possible kayak drops that dont require a super long paddle to get in front of some fish?  Would like to take a little road trip here in the near future and was curious if iy would be worth the effort without a boat. Thanks sir. 

 

I have seen many kayaks at Lox.  From the ramps just go 100 yards east and around the spoil bank.  You have lots of skinny water to fish and some trails into the marsh.  You can get into the water that the big boats can't go.  Good luck!

 

Go to the Lox road ramps...............

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Thanks Geo.  Much appreciated. 

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