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June 8, 2018 - Mixed Report; by CT
Topic Started: Jun 8 2018, 04:15 PM (6 Views)
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Reported by Charlie Taylor at Charlie Taylor Fishing


Lots of catfish, bream and largemouth bass are being taken. Bass are orienting to wood structure and lily pads. Topwater lures, fished in the early morning and late evening, are taking good stringers of bass, while plastic worms and spinnerbaits are the choice during the day. Fish the plastics on the outside edge of the pad fields during outgoing tides and move back as far as possible and flip the holes in the pads on incoming tides. Catfish are taking cut bait, clam snouts and nightcrawlers. Bream are suckers for crickets, Beetlespins and grass shrimp.

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