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    Esox Lucius

    After dinner last evening I loaded the kayak into the back of truck for the three minute drive down to the Mighty P. Very nice evening for a float with no wind to push the boat off line while drifting the bank and water temperatures that are cooling off nicely in the river.
    I fished for a little over an hour, raising three fish and landing all of them. A 20" jack that launched itself from ten feet away to take the fly and made a number of acrobatic leaps, and two solid fish in the mid thirties that gave the usual thrash and pull. I used two flies, a 6" articulated white and chartreuse deceiver and an 9" pink tube fly.

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    Re: Esox Lucius

    Where are you putting in when you fish there? I live 5min. away, thinking about springing for a kayak just to fish this river. What else is in there besides pike, any bass?

    Roll up the windows Brian, you're letting the stank out.

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    Re: Esox Lucius

    Quote Originally Posted by Trout Nazi View Post
    Where are you putting in when you fish there?
    Sent you a PM.

    That section has but a few bass. Better bass fishing is had above and below that section. LM in the upper sections and both LM & SM in the lower sections.


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