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10 minutes ago, J Francho said:

That sounds interesting

 

I wore a uniform so some people saw me from a distance and assumed I was enforcing laws.  After I told them what I was doing, they were much more willing to offer some information.  A few people still didn't care to talk to me though.  I wondered if it was because they had illegally-harvested fish or just didn't like disclosing certain information, etc.

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My favorite day was 15 smallmouth, 8 over 5lbs. I have caught more fish and

bigger fish, but never had a better combination of both size and quantity.

 

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On average, I'd say probably 5-10 an hour is average for most of the lakes I fish. I'd trade those smaller fish in for big bites though. Last week I only caught 4, but 2 were big fish. That's a much more memorable day for me. Last time I went I'd caught 10 or 11 but considered it a pretty unsuccessful day until I caught a 5 pounder 30 minutes before I had to leave. 

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On 2/1/2021 at 12:01 PM, Bluebasser86 said:

On average, I'd say probably 5-10 an hour is average for most of the lakes I fish. I'd trade those smaller fish in for big bites though. Last week I only caught 4, but 2 were big fish. That's a much more memorable day for me. Last time I went I'd caught 10 or 11 but considered it a pretty unsuccessful day until I caught a 5 pounder 30 minutes before I had to leave. 

On my local ponds I average a good fish every 1 1/2 hours. I rarely catch any small

bass. At Pickwick and other big water, the numbers are better, but the size can be

challenging, mostly 3-4 lbs. Much better quality for me below the dam on the river.

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On 1/28/2021 at 7:57 PM, TcRoc said:

For me it depends where I’m fishing , how I’m fishing( bank or boat) , in the end I go home happy or go home ready to break things lol.


had a few days during spring a couple

years ago we had 70 by noon cause conditions were perfect. Little bit of current and cuts flowing clear water. Then most other days I’d go home ready to shatter a plate or ten

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