Report score 93.5
Submitted by Eric Wolfe
Date, time and length of trip 6:00 AM 07/27/2019 for 5.0 hours
Channel marker T6-t22
GPS location ,
Type caught Black Bass
Average length 12.0 inches
Average weight 1.5 lbs.
Number of fish caught 2
Bait type Artificial
Bait color Shad
Fishing action Fast
Water temperature and depth 86.0° / 12.0 ft.
Comments or other details The fish god giveth, and then taketh away. (or vise-versa) Saturday was just a tough day. Every spot we stopped to chunk a lure had lots of fish marked on the electronics. They just had lock-jaw. We threw the "trinity" at them... a TX rig Mag worm on bottom, an underspin in the middle and a Whopper Plopper on top. Just 2 dink fish in 5 hours of chunkin' & windin'. High pressure? East wind? Just didn't throw the right lure? Some days are just hard. Sunday came with fog in the morning and cloud cover until 8:30am. Started at some of the same spots with better results. Then, moved up to the Naconiche road bed and found them schooling. Ended up boating 10 fish with half a dozen more spitting the lure at the boat. Nothing of great size, as is the norm for mid-summer bass fishing, but managed a few 3-4 lb'ers. Just goes to show you... you never know what the day may bring, but one thing is for sure. You can't catch'em if you don't get out and throw'em. Thanks to the Anderson family for a fun weekend on the water. Them some good folks, right there! Come Attack the Nac! NacoTack Fishing Services