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Hit the water yesterday around 7:00AM and decided to try the “skinny” bite. We fished from 7:00 – 1:00 and ended up going 7 for 9 with the eyes. The biggest was 28” at 8lbs, all the rest were in the 23” – 24” range. Although the action wasn’t hot and heavy, it was a throwback to days of old. We pulled deep diving Thunderstick Jr’s behind the boards at 70’ back; we fished anywhere between 20’ – 28’ FOW and were targeting fish in the 15’-18’ range.

All in all a good day on the lake and even better was the 5 minute run back to the dock – sure beats hoofing it in from 10 miles out.

Good fishing.....Erie Knight
 

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We fished within 1/2 mile of the Gold Coast.

One of the crew snapped a photo of the cooler, I'll get it from him and post later.
 

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Hit the water yesterday around 7:00AM and decided to try the “skinny” bite. We fished from 7:00 – 1:00 and ended up going 7 for 9 with the eyes. The biggest was 28” at 8lbs, all the rest were in the 23” – 24” range. Although the action wasn’t hot and heavy, it was a throwback to days of old. We pulled deep diving Thunderstick Jr’s behind the boards at 70’ back; we fished anywhere between 20’ – 28’ FOW and were targeting fish in the 15’-18’ range.

All in all a good day on the lake and even better was the 5 minute run back to the dock – sure beats hoofing it in from 10 miles out.

Good fishing.....Erie Knight
Erie Knight,
What size of the Thunderstick Jr's are you using in your presentation?

Thanks,
Ron
 

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We were using Deep Jr's (3 1/2")
I just ordered some Deep Jr. Thundersticks the madflash series, I believe they are 3.5 inches, was the reason for my question. i havent fished with any Thundersticks before.
Thanks for your answer.

Ron
 
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