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Outdoorschannel
Outdoorschannel
USER since 7/16/18

Thats true but normally I can find a way to get anything els to bite lol Whites just evade my natural fishing instincts lol


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7/21/18 @ 7:18 AM
SanderMan
SanderMan
USER since 5/2/14

"Open water" is just part of it. Also things like food come into play regardless if on a lake or river. There's so much available natural food that fish just don't need to go after anything that looks "hinkey". Compared to other seasons, summer is the hardest to produce fish IMO.

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7/20/18 @ 1:37 PM
Outdoorschannel
Outdoorschannel
USER since 7/16/18

Thanks for the tips! I understand most fish just whitebass tend to evade me open water lol Ill have to get out and give it a shot! 


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7/20/18 @ 7:28 AM
mgrell
mgrell
MEMBER since 5/9/08

On the lakes you want weed beds near deep water. Finding deep on the lake is hard to do but 8 feet on the lake would sometimes constitute deep. Even a little less. Walleye chop on a cloudy day is key. 

 Nobody has a majic recipe conditions are everchanging. I have a 3 ring binder loaded with information I started many years ago. I look up dates on my target water and it allows me to zero in on exactly what to do.

Now go out and have fun.

More later.

Edited on 7/20/18 11:04 AM
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7/19/18 @ 11:16 PM
Outdoorschannel
Outdoorschannel
USER since 7/16/18

mgrell - I have always had a hard time myself finding Whitebass outside of the river system up till last year out on Bago for the first time ice fishing do you have any areas you think I should start? No need for a hot spot just a good direction to go in? You can PM me if you don't want to post it on here! 

Edited on 7/20/18 11:03 AM
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7/18/18 @ 7:42 AM
mgrell
mgrell
MEMBER since 5/9/08
Why waite for the spring and fall runs.  I go out to the lakes and catch white bass, walleye, etc. All open water season long.  You don't need a big boat... go out with a small one, will do fine. Just pay attention to the weather report for the day you go out. You catch just as many on the lakes.

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7/17/18 @ 9:24 AM
hockeyguy39
hockeyguy39
USER since 8/24/07

I'm sure there are fish in the river, but if you're looking for the fall run, you may want to wait for fall. It's only mid-July.

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7/17/18 @ 8:44 AM
fish n fish
fish n fish
USER since 5/4/16
Are the whitebass running yet for the fall run?

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7/17/18 @ 7:55 AM
hockeyguy39
hockeyguy39
USER since 8/24/07

Are what running?

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7/17/18 @ 2:19 AM
fish n fish
fish n fish
USER since 5/4/16

Are they running yet

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