Originally posted by: Aaron Ditty on 9/23/2005 4:46:08 PM
in the lakes that have weeds in them are reely good once the temp hits 74.the young of the year bass,bluegull,bullheads,etc. start losing their habitat.at night the bass and mostly walleyes push up into shore to feed on these bait fish.when they pull up the bait fish have no where else to go other than out because the shore is behind them.the walleyes really feed hard on them.i picked um up on little taledancers and bass worms,berkly 4" finesse worm(electric grape).i kind of found it out a few years ago on an early dark morning while casting for bass.i picked um up in 1-9 feet of water. a deepish shoreline, it had a few old trees down along it.the few eyes i keypt,because i believe in catch and release more,had threw up a bunch of gills and little bass up in the livewell.in-fisherman had also put it in their mag this year.
happy fishin'-try to use selective fish harvest. <!--graemlin:;)-->