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Old 06-14-05, 10:08 PM   #1
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Default They Flipped the Switch on Us

Tonight was windy and over cast at first, and within 45 minutes we had about 5 bass, all keepers, some on the frog, some on the tikki.
We knew the cooler air was headed this way sometime, but as soon as the wind kicked back up to 20+, like it had all day, out come the blue skies,
And you may as well kissed the bite away for the rest of the night.
We worked our butt off for a couple more fish, and towards dusk the sky is goes it..
I figure the bite will continue to gradually slow done,
one thing for sure the bass are fighting hard and go nuts when you get them in the boat and try to take out the hook 8)
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Old 06-14-05, 11:42 PM   #2
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Default Re: They Flipped the Switch on Us

The Bass should have gone tighter to cover and it should have made the slop bite better as fish bunch up under the matts. Should have maybe fliped a tube around the matts.
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