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jimmieO

West Point-Georgia

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Heading out to West Point again this weekend. Made our first trip last weekend and loved it 100 times more than what we have been fishing (Harding, one lake down the river).

We caught two decent fish in 4 hours in terrible weather. One on a shaky head worm, the other on a spinnerbaits, both pitching around laydowns. One about 2 pounds and the other about 2 1/2.

The weather this weekend is supposed to be COLD, well, for us anyway. You guys up north might not consider 40's to be cold. But...anyone got any suggestions for the bass behavior on West Point during cold weather?

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I would suggest road beds, sub-merged lakes and dams, bridge pillings, deep points and fish slow.  I would be throwing, carolina rig, shakey head, drop shot and I'd also probably be throwing a deep diving crankbait.  Also check the fishing reports online.

Here:

http://www.havefunfishing.com/fishingreports/sr_westpoint_lake_fishing_report.htm

and here:

http://www.fishwestpoint.com/westpointlakefishingreport

Good luck and dress warm.  I am headed to Lake Weiss on Sunday morning.  Morning temperature is only suppose to be 26 warming up to 40.

Jerrod

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