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    Re: Pyramid 11/01/19

    Congrats on a nice trip.

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    Re: Pyramid 11/01/19

    It is nice to see just a 1 oz. weight is all that is needed to pick up fish.

    They seem to let the lures work a little better than the heavier weights, when using short leaders.

    White and black colors............. that is a nice wide spread !!
    Glad that you had a nice day on the water.

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    Re: Pyramid 11/01/19

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    Fished Warriors today from 10AM to 4PM. Met up with Bill at around Noon. Had five to the boat and boated two. Lost two at the boat and knocked the other proverbial "big one" off with the net. Picked up Bill and caught seven more. All slot fish except one that Bill kept.

    Lures that I caught fish with were spoons. Black with red blood lines and a tui chub pattern. Both hand painted. Also a 4" Lyman lime green and white. Bill caught his on a white spoon with black dots and blood lines Black spoon with blood lines. Perch Krockadile.

    Light wind and 57 deg. water surf. temp. From launch to Warriors point and then north to the end of Nine Mile beach. Twenty to thirty feet. one ounce inline banana weight.

    Ended up with thirteen to the boat and six lost at the boat. several LDRs each.




    Very nice report. Thank you. What a day!

    Jerry

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    Re: Pyramid 11/01/19

    Water temp was was 54 at the south end. I fished from 11 am until 330. At least we are not getting skunked!
    2007 Crestliner 15 Canadian Mercury 25 4 stroke electric troller & Hobbie Pro Angler 14 ......Fish beware!!

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    Re: Pyramid 11/01/19

    Excellent. I'm seeing that this is going to be a very good year at the MID.

    CC
    Chance is always powerful. Let your hook be always cast; in the pool where you least expect it, there will be a fish. -- Ovid

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    Pyramid 11/01/19

    Fished Warriors today from 10AM to 4PM. Met up with Bill at around Noon. Had five to the boat and boated two. Lost two at the boat and knocked the other proverbial "big one" off with the net. Picked up Bill and caught seven more. All slot fish except one that Bill kept.

    Lures that I caught fish with were spoons. Black with red blood lines and a tui chub pattern. Both hand painted. Also a 4" Lyman lime green and white. Bill caught his on a white spoon with black dots and blood lines Black spoon with blood lines. Perch Krockadile.

    Light wind and 57 deg. water surf. temp. From launch to Warriors point and then north to the end of Nine Mile beach. Twenty to thirty feet. one ounce inline banana weight.

    Ended up with thirteen to the boat and six lost at the boat. several LDRs each.




    Catch ya later ... hooks

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