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kayakinfool
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PostPosted: Mon May 15, 2017 6:30 am    Post subject: North Shore pond Reply with quote

Went to one of my favorite ponds on the North Shore this weekend (Saturday) with my buddy.

Took the yaks out. Water level was high and it was overcast with little wind. About 12 hours before the storm.

Basically no bites on the main pond but a few hits in the cuts and back creeks. Nothing of size. Between my friend and I we got 6, nothing bigger than 2 lbs. He got a nice pickerel but it was a slow day.

Water temp was about 54 degrees and water clarity was limited. Not on beds (at least at this location). But they were eating craws. At least one was wearing lipstick all over their top lip and inside their mouth on the crush plate.

Hopefully this week is the warming we need to get things going around here. Been a very slow spring (outside of some decent pickerel, and the trout of course).

Tight lines all
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PostPosted: Mon May 15, 2017 7:48 am    Post subject: Re: North Shore pond Reply with quote

kayakinfool wrote:
Went to one of my favorite ponds on the North Shore this weekend (Saturday) with my buddy.

Took the yaks out. Water level was high and it was overcast with little wind. About 12 hours before the storm.

Basically no bites on the main pond but a few hits in the cuts and back creeks. Nothing of size. Between my friend and I we got 6, nothing bigger than 2 lbs. He got a nice pickerel but it was a slow day.

Water temp was about 54 degrees and water clarity was limited. Not on beds (at least at this location). But they were eating craws. At least one was wearing lipstick all over their top lip and inside their mouth on the crush plate.


Hopefully this week is the warming we need to get things going around here. Been a very slow spring (outside of some decent pickerel, and the trout of course).

Tight lines all


Thats been my last 4 fishing trips, Im hoping the warmer weather moves things along as well.
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