How To: Add H-Rails to a Hobie Outback - ------------------------------ Brookfieldangler
1 month ago
This is one of my favorite
spots to land bluegill early in the morning using the popper. As stated it is
slow fishing this time of the year, because one has to let the popper set there
for some time to entice a hit, but looking at this beautiful area often outweighs
the hit. I love the huge rock formations on this lake.
Patience paid off with
this bluegill that showed the rigors of the spawn, with a slim body and light
color. The spawn takes a toll on the big bulls, during the spawn; they seldom
eat anything, because they are too busy guarding the bed. The ferrous fight the
fish puts up in the spring on the fly rod is not present now because of weight and
strength loss during the spawn.
If one fishes cover during
the drawdown, it is usually good for a bluegill or two. This old submerged tree
The end results of short
morning trip and a good meal for later on in the week. I never stay on the lake
after during this time of
year because of the heat and horrible humidity. It gets worse as the day
progresses causing one to have trouble breathing at times. Funny, during those three
hours the tendon pull never enter my mine.--------Almost forgot I counted two
in the cooler for the quest, I am now a long shot 27 away.