The End of Summer Push

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The last few weeks fishing has been pretty solid some days better than others but the fish are starting to move. If we could get the weather to stay consistent I think the fishing would be more consistent. We got into some nice crappie on a guided trip last week, I put on some Deadbeat 'Dads hoping to them hooked up with some bass but had some pretty big crappie beat them to it. Still picking up a few on top but the streamers have been more reliable I haven't seen as many bugs flying around on the water which might have some to do with it. The few times I've been out the whites are still on the mud flats eating shad I did hear some reports they've moved on to some wind blown points I haven't found them there yet. The hybrids have still been in deep water I was finding them in 35 feet of water and suspended around 10-15 feet down. I picked up a few with a weighted game changer and sink tip line counting the fly down to them, in the evenings depending on the day you can find them on top. Get out and fish while you can come February you'd wished you'd fished more.

Luke 

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