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Sunday, January 24, 2010

• Off the pier 1-24-2010

I'm not quite sure what time I started fishing this afternoon. The sky was all blue without a single cloud and the wind was blustery. Clouds started rolling in about 30 minutes after I made my first cast. I'm going to assume that was the leading edge of a front. I missed the weather report.

Caught three. Missed two. Nothing fantastic to speak of. Water temps were 55 degrees and clarity was less stained than what it's been the last couple of days.

Started out throwing a 1/2oz Red Eye Shad because the wind was a bit too much for casting soft plastics. The wind kept catching my line and blowing it into tree limbs. Even with the Red Eye Shad, I was struggling to keep line out of the trees. Didn't have any takers on that. Also pitched a weightless Yo Mama, but as I already said, the wind just didn't want to cooperate.

After the wind died down a bit, I switched off to a shad laminate Wave Worms Tiki Stick. That's what all three fish were caught on. First came a few feet off a cypress tree. Felt like a 1 1/2 to 2lber. I wasn't in the mood to weigh anything today. Second fish came after the sun was setting. Third fish bit a little after the sun went down. That third one surprised me. When I made the cast, a swirl blew up and then I felt him bite down. All three seemed to be near trees, but not right up on them like I expected. The two misses were a little closer to trees. I missed one of them three times in a row. The other one just tapped a couple times and felt too small to even be a bass.

At least I know they are starting to come back up with the warmer water. Not sure what to expect for later this week as colder temperatures will dominate our forecast. Looks like water temps might hit a standstill. I wonder how many are starting to make the move up to bed.

2 comments:

Tami Curtis Jennings said...

Sounds like fun! Your blog is always fun to read with a lot of detailed info!

Fish Whisperer said...

Nice looking Bass. Well done.
Tight lines