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Cooter

Slow season thus far

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At least around here, we've had two league outings of 26 teams and only 3 fish to show.  Thinking the switch will go soon!

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A few reports of nice fish over the weekend, a 50+change, a 46, a 42.....I'll be out thursday night on wissota for league.  Prob toss blades and topwater over shallow structure, seems to be the ticket most years this time of year out there.

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Had one blow up on a plop plop bait near the boat right at primetime, looked like a decent one.  That was it for 4 hours of chucking.

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We got a couple at LOW on opening day this past Saturday- 39 and 43.  Didn't see many fish and the few we saw were pretty sluggish besides the two we got.  Very small windows of activity surrounded by hours of inactivity- typical for this time of year up there IME. 

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Coot have you been seeing a bunch of dinks? We've caught 4 and every last one was a 2015 stocked fish. Seen a decent number of bigger ones, but also seeing a ton of dinks.

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On the board with a 40" from the river sunday, slurped a plop plop bait.

 

Nick- havent heard of or seen a surplus of smaller fish around here.  Are starting to see a few leech strain showing up from what the club and dnr stocked, 2011 class of those, which were yearlings, are upper 30s to low 40s.

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