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Old 01-22-2018, 08:56 AM
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Well the weather seems to be headed for a little warming trend,Get three or for days of sixty-seventy degrees the bass fishing will start getting good,especially in the dead end oil field canals in the marsh,trick is to find good water and cypress trees best for me,I went the other day and fished a canal were the water was kinda milky,I know some canals with clear water were I could have went but it was cold and didn't feel like making the run.I fished for four hours and had seven bites,caught six including the one I had missed,It was cold and the bite was very slow,I don't like fishing bass in milky water,but around here that gets harder and harder to do,the canal I was in is a dead end canal and the water used to be clear even this time of year but they cut some drainage ditches that comes from the fields and now the water doesn't clear up unless it's real dry,O well next time I'll make the run to good water and have some fun because fishing is fixing to get real good!!
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Old 01-22-2018, 09:23 PM
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Oh yeah love this time of year!
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