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MorningWood
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re: New fishing season approaching


I want to become better at deep cranking





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fishfighter
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re: New fishing season approaching


quote:

You show me somebody who can catch fish there when the water is coming up and I'll sign em up for the classic



back in my "bass" days, I could of showed you were.






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DownshiftAndFloorIt
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re: New fishing season approaching


Powpow knows how to do it

I don't know anybody my age who knows. If I did I'd be mooching trips off them left and right






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BourgsTheWord
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re: New fishing season approaching


This probably doesn't help any of y'all, but the cops are shooting radar everywhere on 90 west towards Houma right now.





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AboveGroundPool
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the basin
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re: New fishing season approaching


fishing season never ends...o and drop shotting

eta: I would also like to become better with my electronics



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BourgsTheWord
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re: New fishing season approaching


Is a drop shot essentially the same thing as a Carolina rig?





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MorningWood
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re: New fishing season approaching


No! A drop shot is normally fished vertically and the weight is on the bottom allowing the hook and bait to be about a foot above that. Carlolina rig the weight is in front and both drag the bottom.





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laangler21
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re: New fishing season approaching


No, drop shot suspends, think vertical fishiing. C-rig just trails the weight.

ETA: Beat me to it.



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AboveGroundPool
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the basin
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re: New fishing season approaching


you don't necessarily have to fish it vertically, you can play with "leader" lengths and cast it, drag it, shake it, while working it back to the boat





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AboveGroundPool
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the basin
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re: New fishing season approaching


quote:

BourgsTheWord


u duck hunting down in gibson this weekend? i found the motherload of ducks down there in the marsh this past weekend while fishing. Mallards, greys, and pintail everywhere and noone was hunting this area

i'll be down there tomorrow fishing



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BourgsTheWord
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re: New fishing season approaching


Yeah, I was gonna hunt both days, but I'm at the camp in Dulac doing some work and I really wanna fish tomorrow.





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AboveGroundPool
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the basin
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re: New fishing season approaching


quote:

Powpow knows how to do it

I don't know anybody my age who knows. If I did I'd be mooching trips off them left and righ


there's areas in the spillway that you can get into with a bass boat when the water's coming up that you can't normally (with other than a jump boat or godevil) hefty stringers to be caught when that happens, i'm kinda lookin forward to it






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Boats n Hose
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re: New fishing season approaching


To answer the OP, all of them.





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SenseiBuddy
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re: New fishing season approaching


I too will be hitting Ohkissa this spring. Haven't figured where I will stay.





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Tino
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re: New fishing season approaching


there used to be an ad in Louisiana Sportsman for some cabins for rent right by the lake...haven't be able to find anything about them recently





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Uncle JackD
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re: New fishing season approaching


quote:

What waterway, technique, etc are you wanting to try and become better at?
Big lake






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carrotsticktiger
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Mandeville, Louisiana
Member since Apr 2012
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re: New fishing season approaching


need to learn alot of new water. we sold our boat right before katrina and just got one right at the end of summer so my dad knows zero spots so i gotta do the dirty work in the delacroix/reggio/shell beach area

and also find some spots in the yak






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jimbeam
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re: New fishing season approaching


Learning to catch specks fom my kayak in different waters and continue to slay the reds





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carrotsticktiger
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re: New fishing season approaching


quote:

continue to slay the reds

that's where i need to practice, my yak has still never hit saltwater






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BigHoss
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Offshore
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re: New fishing season approaching


Hoping to land a marlin this year.

And a 150 plus yft






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