Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Smallmouth Bass on Live Killies

Very short on time today and forgetful of my wading shoes, I got my boots wet with water levels risen after yesterday's storms. Instead of exploring range down or upstream from a bridge or pull off, I fished the same spot I got skunked at fairly recently using a Senko-type worm. Today I cast into that strip of shadow with killies, catching two average stream bass about 10 inches each.

I also fished all about these railroad pillars in likely water, but with a lot of sun on it and no bass today. The wind blew, such a problem I almost had to use split shot becasue the bow in the line kept the killie from getting down, but I managed.

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