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Hot and Hotter on 06-01-11

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By danny malone - Posted on 02 June 2011

I was on the Tenn-Tom shortly after daylight and the fish were hitting pretty good caught 11 nice quality fish few more "eaters" and released bunches of fish. Fishing 7-8 feet deep in 10-11 fow. Fish seemed to prefer hot pink jig head and white body with specks in it. Was still catching fish at 2:00 but ran out of poweraid and had to give it up. Fish i'm holding in my left hand still showing a little male color caught 2 that were this way, nice day but the heat is on.

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The period immediately following a spawn. Post-spawn fish recovering from the spawn can often be lethargic. Post-spawn fish that have recovered from the spawn are typically hungry and aggressive.

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