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Every now and then I have a day where I totally figure out the fish and put a hurt on them. You know the days when your partner has one dink and you have seven good fish. Has anyone else had a day when everything goes right?

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Fishing as a non-boater I often outfish my boater. At a Lake of the Ozarks tournament the first day ever fishing the lake I was catching the fish on a spinnerbait. The boater who lived on the lake blanked only coming up with some small fish.

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Has anyone else had a day when everything goes right?

No.  :'(

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Chris, what were you doing right today?  Sounds like a good day for you!

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I had a day like that last weekend.  It wasn't in a tourney, but at a 250 acre community lake.  I went aroung to all the main lake points that lead into spawning coves.  I could pick off around 4 keepers on every point.  I was only out there two hours and caught 10+ keepers..............Then last summer I went to a lake on a Friday to prefish for a buddy of mine that had a tourney that Sat.  I found an extremely productive pattern.  They were haging around trees near the channel, but not just every tree.  Full bushy ones that had many arms and branches.  I thought I was basically giving him a gift and he should have no problem finishing in the money.   Needless to say he only two dinks the whole day...lol.

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2yrs ago when the bass were killin the top water I caught over 20 bass in 2 hrs man it was the best day of my life.....biggest bass were three 6lb bass.

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I had a morning on the river when I caught 4 bass between 3lb8oz and 3lb15oz in twenty minutes all on top water.You couldn't wipe the smile off my face with a glove. ;)

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