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06-18-2008, 08:41 PM
Left work at noon to spend the afternoon fishing and swimming with the son and grandson. Lines in around 1:30, fish on at 1:40. It was hot *[smiley=banana.gif]. There were times when we could barely get our setups in and fish on. Boated 8 in the first hour and lost a few as well. The grandson reeled a few in and would say "fish on the hook". Got to love it. It was busy out their plenty of lake lice. We swam for a while to cool off and then back on the fish. Best set up watermelon wild thing followed by a white RGT worm tipped. 40' otw 15' down. 12" to 14" with nice color.

Grandson , As he would say "Fish on the hook"
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06-19-2008, 05:00 AM
That picture of the little guy is a classic :)

06-19-2008, 05:33 AM
What a great picture, that fish almost looks as big as your grandson.I can hardly believe that englebright is still fishing as good as it is, especially with so many lake lice cruisin around the lake. The swimming is a great break from fishing for the little ones, nice for us to when it gets hot.

06-19-2008, 08:12 AM
what area of the lake?

06-19-2008, 09:40 AM
Thanks for the response
Between Blacks Ravine and upper Boston Bar. We were not expecting much as we started at mid day and there was lots of traffic on the water. One thing that happened was as I was holding the line to put it into the downrigger release a fish hit it. OK fish on but all I have is the line the rod was in the holder, so I started hand lining it in and got my son to grab the rod and start reeling to take up the slope. We ended up loosing the fish but what a surprise.