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fishing trips 11/18 & 11/20


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By danny malone - Posted on 21 November 2009

Had a good day fishing both days. Fishing alone wed. 11/18. Brought home 20 fish of which 10 or so were heavy. I have been fishing 2 poles, one with minnow & other with jig. Catching more on the minnow rig. i'm fishing slough that has 12 foot water depth with tree tops fish are about 4-5 feet deep. Fridays fishing trip more of same except had a fishing partner, we caught fish all day long only problem lots of fish were short. Did bring 21 home. I fished jigs all day partner stayed with minnows, he outfish me in keeper fish 3 to 1. I probably caught more but they were the small ones. I am thinking fish may be heading back to deeper waters because of water temp (55 deg. wed.) plus river is finally getting back to normal.

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Hey Danny,
Heard today that they're catching in the main river channel in deep water 15' - 18' on sledges and several are in the 1 1/2lb plus range. But as usual I'm offshore working so I have to take their word for it. I do plan on wetting a line after Thanksgiving though. So leave a few for seeding purposes for us too young too retire and too old / lazy to want to work.

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