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Supposed to be wonderful and sunny.. and according to my calendar supposed to be a great day for fishing..

i'm in winona.. would probably wanna be out on the water by noonish... reply here or hit me at my email.. [email protected]

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.. and according to my calendar supposed to be a great day for fishing..

Haha...I have the same calendar. Friday and Saturday will be great too!! LOL how is a calendar supposed to predict the best fishing days when they are made over a year in advance?! I'll bet weather patterns predict fish behavior much better.

Tight lines

Brian

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moon/sun phases.. if you look every full/new moon phase should have prime fishing...

most people understand that prime fishing is found around sun rise/set and moon rise/set

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I will agree with prime fishing around sunrise and sunset but the debate over whether or not moon phases effect fresh water species continues to this day.

However,I will say this...the optimistic fisherman catches the most fish. If moon phases are going to make someone optimistic, well his odds of catching fish have improved.

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i got out that day... bite would have been great had i a fly rod.. but i just spin.. i caught about 10 or so.. nothing worth bragging about though...

today me and SershenBro(s) went out on the root and it was pretty good for the time spent out there.. had to bail early cuz i had to be back in town and at work at 4:30.. but i caught 2 16" browns.. a 13" rainbow.. couple of suckers(1 redhorse, 1 hog sucker).. had another brown or two.. can't really remember.. my mind is shot right now

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