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Illinois - Coffeen - Sangchris


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By Kincade - Posted on 04 February 2010

Sangchris 2-1-2010
went today, used a white/chart midsouth tube with 1/4 white head. I only put 3 in the boat by 1p.m.

Coffeen 1-17-2010
Got skunked today at Coffeen. Contrary to the rumors going around, the ramp is open, only the small coves have ice. Water temp was between 37 and 40 degrees. Got bites in submerged brush, 5' deep on minnows. Kept getting snagged on way up and line kept breaking (never happened before). 5 straight line breaks and I wrapped it up. We never put a fish in the boat. Power plant has not been running, but was today. May be a good place next weekend.

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Kincade, keep the reports coming and post some pictures. Woods

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Hey Kincade thanks for the updates. We can add Coffeen and Sangchris to the lakes forum if you would like to help us keep them updated with fishing reports from time to time. We would really appreciate the support.

Ray

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