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Hugo Lake February 28


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By Jason Taylor - Posted on 28 February 2010

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Anybody have a slow day on the water? We did. Only caught 15 and most of those were small 10-11 inch fish. We met another Jason while fishing he was from Bochita. He said he had a good mess of fish. We were fishing 20ft deep in 25ft of water. Water temp was 44. Slow trolling with a south east wind. Not to good of pics today but just a little something. Michelle beat me again catching the biggest fish. This is starting to get embarrassing. I am going to have to move her to the back of the boat so I can front-end her maybe that will give me the edge I need to preserve my dignity.

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Beau Butler's picture

Jason, I've learned a few tricks on that. You can bait her hook, ( barely), you can tie her hooks on, ( 0h baby, he must have broke your line, but he WAS a good one), or a real good one, #?**, there is a snake up here hiding in the front of the boat!!!

Woods's picture

Jason, it's a good thing you have Michelle fishing with you. Are you might be fish hungry. I'll send you one of those mossy green jigs and see if that helps.

Jason Taylor's picture

Your right I would starve to death if it wasn't for her. I do need to get some credit because I drive the boat and put her on the fish. Ha Ha Ha.
JT

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