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#1 Aug-28-07 3:33PM

bassman
Northern Snakehead
Registered: May-01-07
Posts: 132

8-28-07 Cedar Fishing

Fished Cedar for a little over a hour around 4:30 this afternoon . . . using wacky worms, caught four quickly around the spillway . . . after that the algae played havoc anywhere else around the lake.  Ended up bringing in eight total (a couple over a lb), but the lift and clean on every cast is tiresome.

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#2 Aug-28-07 4:05PM

jumping jasper
Patagonian Toothfish
Registered: Apr-03-07
Posts: 844

Re: 8-28-07 Cedar Fishing

Try rigging the worm weedless. You might get a few less bites, but it is a lot more enjoyable.


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#3 Aug-28-07 5:48PM

Ernie
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From: Ashburn VA
Registered: Feb-03-06
Posts: 12567

Re: 8-28-07 Cedar Fishing

Went out after dinner on the kayak and caught a 4" bass on my 6 wt....not proud but happy they are reproducing!

I caught a few blue gills right in front of Curly on the north shore. As I was bringing one of them up, a huge bass (maybe catfish?) was chasing it but he got startled when he saw me and sounded. That was cool. Curly saw it too!

Yes..... the algae is a pain in the behind, especially in the cove behind my house!

Ernie


Time to go fishin' again!

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