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JORY SIMMONS
JORY SIMMONS
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FISHING REPORT
7/29/15 11:34 PM CST
Conditions: Sunny Air Temp: 81° - 88° F
Found the Big Gills today...and the Big bass Too! I did not measure or weigh the LMB...I wanted to get it back in the water asap...I can tell you this...He would Not let me hold by the mouth for the picture..Biggest bass of the year..Had another one on I could not get to the boat...as I was using Light gear and 4# test...quite a few Gills were 9"....Taking Grandson tomorrow to that spot for sure! Remember Lake-Linkers get 10% off.... Cool


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spnplg
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7/29/15 10:17 AM CST
Bgillhunter, at the bottom of the posting board there are spaces to upload your pics.

fshng4fun
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7/29/15 9:27 AM CST
Would anyone be willing to share an information with a first time fisherman on Delavan? Looking to take off work Friday and bring the kids down to do some pan fishing from the boat.

Tight lines and thx.

Bgillhunter
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7/28/15 9:01 PM CST
Can't figure out how to upload multiple pics

Bgillhunter
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7/28/15 8:59 PM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 86° - 90° F Water Temp: 76° - 80º F
2 bluegills, 24 inch northern and a 5 pound large mouth. All on night crawler with a 1/8 oz orange/white/yellow jig head in 6-12 fow. Water really choppy til 5pm.

yosodizzy
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7/28/15 10:35 AM CST
Conditions: Partly Sunny Air Temp: 86° - 90° F Water Temp: 76° - 80º F
Walleye loved anything with a wobble or jitter like rebel crabs reef runners white cranks u name it if it's assumed for walleye they were tearing it up on million dollar point delavan pics later

yosodizzy
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7/28/15 10:31 AM CST
Conditions: Sunny
Also shown is the 31 inch northern with side scars recently posted and cough by a fellow angler it's like every lure I tossed was unstoppable

[This post was last edited on 7/28/15 at 10:32 AM]
blueduck
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FISHING REPORT
7/28/15 7:35 AM CST
7am-11am after bl gills. tried deep, shallow, in between. anchored, drifted? marked a lot of fish...lock jaw day I guess.

Musky B
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7/27/15 3:07 PM CST
where and when, may I ask is a good spot to get bullheads ? Tounge Out Tounge Out Tounge Out

jish
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Joined: 8/18/2006
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FISHING REPORT
7/27/15 2:05 PM CST
Conditions: Cloudy
Well, after a couple weeks of motor troubles, we finally got the new (to us) boat to cooperate so we could get out on the big D. After a bit of a hard start she ran like a dream the rest of the day. Unfortunately, we were left without a fish/depth finder since the shop I took the boat to for service apparently smashed up the sensor (and didn't tell me about it), but luckily we were still able to get on some fish. Caught 7 bass including an 18" smallie and a pretty fat 18.5" largemouth, and a 16" for one of the boys on a chunk of crawler. The other bass were caught on suckers or a Carolina rigged Senko. We wanted to find some pan fish, but only managed a few keeper sized gills. All in all a great day on the water with my boys.

[This post was last edited on 7/27/15 at 2:07 PM]
surf n turf
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7/25/15 1:57 PM CST
Thanks everyone for the info. I was gonna try fishing today if there was a set time. I know weekend fishing is a no no with the pleasure boaters.

catchn'
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7/25/15 11:12 AM CST
@BGill- no

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catchn'
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7/25/15 11:09 AM CST
@Surf: It's posted at the launch: 15 mph between sunset and sunrise. That is about the ONLY thing I've seen the police boat give several citations for. And in my years of witnessing citations, it's usually been fisherman, never pleasure boaters or water skiers that get cited (even though the later far out number the previous in actual violators). Go figure! Worried

[This post was last edited on 7/25/15 at 11:11 AM]
Bgillhunter
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7/25/15 11:01 AM CST
Is there lots of green slime still?

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7/25/15 9:30 AM CST
15mph at night

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