Thanks, but I live here and one boat is in water all year. Also, the ramps are useless soon if not already. They drop this lake 9’ by January.Look at that sky! Pretty cool place we live isn’t it. John Boat, if you ever get sick of towing your boat down there let me know, I’ll meet you at the dock with mine.
Very stiff wind this evening but not cold. 9 kprs, 6 kept, no shorts and 3 dropped. Blades 8-10’ on a windy swing. Temp is 46. Level continues to fall.Thanks, but I live here and one boat is in water all year. Also, the ramps are useless soon if not already. They drop this lake 9’ by January.
I do live on the lake between the bridges west shoreline. I just keep adding rope and move boat out as lake goes down. At winter pool, I’m about 150’ from my shoreline.John Boat ........... do you live on the lake, or are you launching? ........ and if launching where are you launching with the water more than 5' down? Jersey St?
3kprs 3 shorts 6 perch 5 white bass and a few missed. Blades at 10’. Temp 44.I have caught a couple of walleye at Milton. Years ago. Those are some nice ones. Evenings are best for me. But early mornings are just as good. Get there when everyone is leaving and leave when everyone is getting there!
im wondering how that freezer is looking about now