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Old 04-16-2018, 07:06 AM
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fished Saturday, it was tough. The most wind (there was no getting out of the wind) and the most fishermen I have ever encountered at the same time.

I still managed to come home with 7, 1 - 4lber was the best. Kept nothing under 2 lbs.

lake is pretty and these cool nights we are still having is keeping the bank vegetation at a minimum. Water temp was 64 in the morning and it got to 69. Fished from 7:00 a.m. to 7 p.m. I was wore out. Must have thrown a 1000 times.

Threw back a bunch of short fish during the day long event.

Caught my fish in 8 to 10 ft of water on the inside edge of the first grass line.

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What bait were you using? I want to try out that lake someday this year.
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Old 04-16-2018, 09:02 AM
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I was there on Saturday as well striper fishing. And yes it was real windy. I caught 11 stripers from 3lbs. to 16 lbs. on live bait.
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One of my favorite lakes.
Cleanest restrooms/showers/camp lots around!

Congratulations on a good trip.

The wind has been rough up here for the last
three weeks.
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One of my favorite lakes.
Cleanest restrooms/showers/camp lots around!

Congratulations on a good trip.

The wind has been rough up here for the last
three weeks.
They closed the camp a year or two ago. I read where the group that runs high falls campsite is going to open it back up.
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Lol I'm sorry I just associate Juliette with stripers didn't realize you were catching bass.
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I was there on Saturday as well striper fishing. And yes it was real windy. I caught 11 stripers from 3lbs. to 16 lbs. on live bait.


What do you use for live bait? I used to get bluebacks from All Seasons, but I believe the bait shop is closed now.
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What do you use for live bait? I used to get bluebacks from All Seasons, but I believe the bait shop is closed now.
Bass minnows...
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Bass minnows...
Wow, really? I always thought striper were too picky for those. Guess I'll give it a shot. Hopefully my local shop has some good sized ones.
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