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Re: Fall Fishing
« Reply #30 on: October 06, 2020, 07:46:58 AM »
Fog advisory this morning. Wind advisory tomorrow.   :-[
Hopefully the fog clears off.
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Re: Fall Fishing
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« Reply #31 on: October 06, 2020, 07:28:52 PM »
Foggy this morning as mentioned previous post, water temp 59 degrees.
We put in at the Greevy launch below the dam. Main channel water 1.6' below the launch. Above the launch 3-5'

We have been working for everything were catching. Hopefully things will get better.
Going to try and get out a couple evenings here.
No pictures, but we seen a pair of Eagles down where we was fishing.





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Re: Fall Fishing
« Reply #32 on: October 06, 2020, 09:14:39 PM »
Great pictures...better than a thousand words. Thanks

I miss early fall fishing but at 75...I just can't push myself out there considering the low fish density and the low water. But it is a beautiful time of the year.

Bill

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« Reply #33 on: October 06, 2020, 09:40:16 PM »
Great pictures...better than a thousand words. Thanks

I miss early fall fishing but at 75...I just can't push myself out there considering the low fish density and the low water. But it is a beautiful time of the year.

Bill
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Fall sure is a nice time of year. It's funny because last year high water was somewhat of a problem in the fall. This year low water and wind have been a challenge.

I still look at the pictures of the fish you caught over the winter. All them fish was beautiful 👍
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Re: Fall Fishing
« Reply #34 on: October 11, 2020, 01:12:28 PM »
They pulled the docks at the Greevy launch  :(
Just makes it harder for 1 person to put in and take out.

Hurricane Delta doesn't appear that it's going to have that much impact up here. Maybe raise the river a foot, It won't make it to normal summer pool depth of 1.35" . But every bit helps...
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Re: Fall Fishing
« Reply #35 on: October 11, 2020, 05:56:17 PM »
went down Muddy Creek today. beat the rain. they actually had the level up pretty good


Grandson said the ned rig rules
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Re: Fall Fishing
« Reply #36 on: October 13, 2020, 09:43:52 AM »
They pulled the docks at the Greevy launch  :(
Just makes it harder for 1 person to put in and take out.

I have never figured out what the timing is for that.  One year I went out at dawn and the docks were in, and when I got back to the ramp at noon they were out.  It isn't too bad as long as you are prepared for it and there aren't idiots around.  I saw someone launch once and just leave the trailer in the water on the ramp for hours until he was ready to leave.

Hurricane Delta doesn't appear that it's going to have that much impact up here. Maybe raise the river a foot, It won't make it to normal summer pool depth of 1.35" . But every bit helps...

I don't think we got even a half inch of rain.  HBG gauge went from 3.05 to 3.10.

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Re: Fall Fishing
« Reply #37 on: October 13, 2020, 10:33:52 AM »
Safe Harbor states 0.3" yesterday
Went up to Bass Pro Shop yesterday. I do not fish up that way but it looked crazy low to me!

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Re: Fall Fishing
« Reply #38 on: October 13, 2020, 07:10:31 PM »
went down Muddy Creek today. beat the rain. they actually had the level up pretty good


Grandson said the ned rig rules
Phil

Phil good to see you getting the Grandson out...Start them young!
Tell him that was a nice fish!

Zelmo
No rhyme or reason on the docks. They never got put in till July 1st. A lot of people use that launch in October.
Both my boats I can now launch/load without docks. But with just one person it makes it a little harder.

Went to a local lake today for a little change of pace...Rose Valley Lake. The water level on the lake is the lowest I have ever seen it.



Took the youngest son with me again. Caught a couple on spinner baits. He gave me a lesson.  ;D



If the wind behaves tomorrow, might take the jet Jon out .
Both days we only picked up .50" of rain. Below the 1.5" they was calling for.
Friday I guess is our next chance for rain.
River really hasn't budged just holding steady.
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Re: Fall Fishing
« Reply #39 on: October 14, 2020, 08:13:05 AM »
Phil good to see you getting the Grandson out...Start them young!
Tell him that was a nice fish!

Zelmo
No rhyme or reason on the docks. They never got put in till July 1st. A lot of people use that launch in October.
Both my boats I can now launch/load without docks. But with just one person it makes it a little harder.

Went to a local lake today for a little change of pace...Rose Valley Lake. The water level on the lake is the lowest I have ever seen it.



Took the youngest son with me again. Caught a couple on spinner baits. He gave me a lesson.  ;D



If the wind behaves tomorrow, might take the jet Jon out .
Both days we only picked up .50" of rain. Below the 1.5" they was calling for.
Friday I guess is our next chance for rain.
River really hasn't budged just holding steady.
My grandson caught more than me! I know a hunt club has a little tournament there each year, just past the bridge: we call that the pickerel patch. Walleye always wins.

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Re: Fall Fishing
« Reply #40 on: October 15, 2020, 06:10:15 PM »
My grandson caught more than me! I know a hunt club has a little tournament there each year, just past the bridge: we call that the pickerel patch. Walleye always wins.

Good for him!
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Re: Fall Fishing
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