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Structure Building Trip on Kentucky Lake


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By Tosh - Posted on 05 January 2011

Made a trip to Kentucky Lake this morning. Put out a couple of stakebeds in 11 and 13 fow. Dropped these bucket mats in 18 fow. This top should be a magnet in 20 fow. I fished for a bout an hour and caught four keepers and one short fish. Other than the snow, rain, and sleet it was a great day.

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Yeah John, those sandbags take the work out of it. Ray, I'll get them to you next time I remember. Problem is, memory gets worse with age.

Matthew Tosh Guide Service
Ph: (731) 343-2835

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Tosh, I see you took my advice about using sand bags to sink brush with. Using sand bags you do not have to carry concrete blocks and the like to weight your brush down with. You can use rocks, sand, dirt or just about anything on the banks to sink your brush. Woods Guide Service

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Exactly my thoughts!!!!!!!!

FISH ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Simpson Jigs
Phillips 66
Oxygenator/U2 Pro Formula

DTG's picture

Exactly my thoughts!!!!!!!!

FISH ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Simpson Jigs
Phillips 66
Oxygenator/U2 Pro Formula

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Hey Tosh.. I did not get that email with the GPS coordinates.

Ray

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