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Posted by: larrys - Ex Member
Posted on: 05/03/05 at 02:31:52
Great to hear from the "Terrible Two"!

Did you have to break the crust off of John? Tongue
Posted by: rob_maglio - Ex Member
Posted on: 05/02/05 at 19:04:00
Spencer was good last year at this time. We were there early May for a fish-in.
Posted by: sarge - Ex Member
Posted on: 05/02/05 at 16:11:02
Sounds like a great time, Smitty. I would like to hit a couple of lakes out that a-way very soon!

Posted by: Smitty - Ex Member
Posted on: 05/02/05 at 13:59:47
Champ 206 & I headed over to the Shelton area on saturday to fish a few lakes.  We started out on isabella at day light on a tea stained lake with water temps averaging 58*.  The morning was pretty uneventfull, however 206 nailed one nice male LMB at about 2 lbs. Cheesy
We trailerd up after 3-4 hours and headed to Newhatzel.  This lake while crystal clear and in the process of being assualted by trout anglers (opening day of slimer season), turned out to be a little warmer.  almost immediately we started seeing small males up very shallow and crusing.  for the most part they were quite skittish.  I soon managed to start catching them by making long casts with a MoJo rigged hand poured plastic leech.  Let the onslaught begin! Grin  Champ, tiring of this method, found that a Texas-rigged plastic trickworm fished as a jerkbait was the ultimate enticer and we spent over two hours catching and releasing these fiesty little buggers. Grin  While none of these guys went over 2 lbs, I'm confident that another day or so of warm weather will bring up the larger fish and get the females stirred up. It turned out to be a really fun day.
Perhaps next weekend....... Roll Eyes


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