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redrockfish
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12/29/11 5:40 PM CST

Just need a little help on fishing a lake in my neck of the woods....its a fifty acre lake with a max depth of 15 feet and an average depth of about 8 feet but now the water is drawn down about 6 feet and i am having trouble finding the gills where they should be. Been out the past four days and nothing but tiny perch. Need your guys opinion as to wat i should be doing i know there are nice gills in this lake but in the past four days i have drilled at least 75 holes and am stumped. Bass are still where they should be and are hitting on tip ups... thanks in advance...

 

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12/30/11 10:54 AM CST

Probe the secondary basin first......if too shallow due to the draw-down,....probe the primary basin.

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