Tonna Report 3/6

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A buddy and I got out on the water around 630am this past Sunday in search of some papermouths. The first spot we checked out was Kellogg Creek. There we picked up 5 singles off of points. Next we went up to little river and tried Rose Creek where we ended up getting 7 more singles.

The trip was more of a scouting adventure for us trying out some water we haven't fished yet. The only double we got were the two white bass in about 5' of water.

All in all it was a great day to be out on the water.. The lake was mostly glass with just a little breeze in the air. The females were full of eggs obviously but luckily that was only 4 of them. Plenty of fish for dinner and a few bags of fillets for the freezer! :)

Air Temp: 40-60 degrees
Water Temp: 48-52 degrees
Water Clarity: heavy stain/ poor 2-3'
Method: slow troll
Bait: 1/16oz black jigs with chartrouse/pink tails
Depth: 6'-18' fow


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