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Toledo bend, the beginning of april. 71 degs outside 64 deg water temp. bluebird skies. a little wind. caught fish in the morning on x rap and senkos. the bite slowed, so i moved out a bit and found a ton of fish on a drop off from 7 ft to 20 ft. fish were stacked and suspending between 10 and 15 ft. i through tons of cranks in that range in many different colors, and could not get a single bite.why,why,why?

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Fish was on there lunch break.    lol

I'm sure there are alot of suspended post spawn fish on T Bend.

I like to look at suspended fish as in-active fish for the most part.

Sometimes you have to get them started.    I still like ripping spoons for suspended fish.    Once you get one going, the rest will follow suit some times.    

How far off the bottom where they suspended?

What size of cranks did you throw?    Sometimes size matters.     Bluedbird skies and very little wind normally pulls fish closer to cover,

And just cause the graph shows fish don't make them bass.

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like matt said. are you sure they were bass?

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