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06/10/10 trip

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By danny malone - Posted on 10 June 2010

Tried to fish river above Camp pratt entrance man someone must have gotten way to much rain last nt. river up and running wild for this time of year (we barely got a shower in pickens co.) Tried to find reverse current and even it was too strong for. Went into camp pratt and fish here and there only 3 keepers. I just don't know what to do when current is so stron and water temp is 80. any advice other than stay home is welcomed.

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Hey Danny. I have learned to like the current thanks to Joe and Steve. What I now look for is the first still water off the main river or old river run. Even though the water temps are high the crappiei will go really shallow. I mean 1.5 to 2 foot deep. I think the main thing is to look for the first still water away from the current that is not real muddy.


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Well Ray i tried water 1.5 to 2 ft deep. I tried water 3 to 12 ft. deep, some muddy some clear all HOT! partner and i caught 5 keepers from 7 to 12. Released fish and water and gator aid and came home!!! Now i will admit water had fallen a foot or better and maybe the shallow fish went back into river and devoluped lockjaw!!! Next suggestion please other than to stay at home and watch fishing programs.

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