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Pair of sixes takes the tourney today...

Old 06-30-2012, 08:53 AM
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I found out why I lost my big fish on the crankbait...check out the hooks..For now on I'll replace Norman hools with Gakagumi hooks..
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Old 06-30-2012, 11:41 AM
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I've never fished a Teneroc Lake before, but I could give it a try. Although I don't have a management permit, if you need one of those... I might do it depending on what I need.
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Old 06-30-2012, 11:55 AM
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Tenoroc is off of Combee road...it's open from 6 am -7:30 pm. Friday - Monday

Without a management stamp it would cost you 3.00

There are about 20 different lakes ranging from the size in which we fish to a small pond.
They are catch and release..they are mostly old phosphate pits.

Matt wants to fish Lake 2 of Tenoroc...it's the 3rd biggest about the size of east Saddle Creek..neither of us have fished it in years..i

If you want..you and I could practice fishing the lake in my boat...this Friday .You could meet me at my house Friday..Morning and ride with me..

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Old 06-30-2012, 12:17 PM
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That sounds like a plan to me Chuck. It'll interesting to fish a new lake.
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Old 06-30-2012, 12:33 PM
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Good deal...it's just like gator creek...Monday would not be a good choice because it will be real good being that the full moon is Tues I think.Mmonday would be good for you to go back to gator creek and get the bass of a lifetime...I plan on taking Kayla,Andy's girlfriend with shiners at gator creek...

Then Friday, you and I will scout out lake 2. Hope you can stay till at least 11;00..but if not..that's ok

Friday things will slow down...and be more realistic for Sat.

Unless you think differently...We could fish either Monday or Friday..whatever you think.

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Old 06-30-2012, 12:40 PM
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Congrats to you on on some nice fish.

Chuck, with the crank baits yo want to make sure your using a nice flexible rod with mono to keep those hooks planted in the fishes mouth to keep them from ripping out. A stiff rod will rip them out of their lips in a heart beat.

Again, nice catches guys!
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Old 06-30-2012, 01:20 PM
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Amen Aaron,

When I got home I realized I had left my medium Ugly Stick at home...you are exactly right..I had the crank bait on my new Fenwick MH ...too much rod..
I was only equipped to frog and flip today..and drift..one problem with a Jon boat..more than 4 rods is too crowded..lesson learned though.(-:
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Old 06-30-2012, 02:03 PM
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Originally Posted by Chuck7 View Post
I found out why I lost my big fish on the crankbait...check out the hooks..For now on I'll replace Norman hools with Gakagumi hooks..

I have no idea what Gakagumi hooks are.

Here a guy told me he replaces all the hooks on his top water lures with the Mustad Ultrapoints that can be purchased here at Wal-Mart. They come in a package with 6 in it. The draw back is they are a little bit shorter but still has hook strength and are very sharp. You need to be carefull if replacing them if you decide to try them.. They are advertised anyways to be 30% stronger and Ultra Sharp..
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Old 06-30-2012, 02:15 PM
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Actualy..I was trying to be funny with the spelling because I can't spell it..but I looked on Bass Pro..it's spelled Gamakatsu

However..I'm a Mustad man so will look into the ultra points..I already have some trebles..not sure what kind.i think they are eagle claw.

I do like those Norman DD cranks though...they do the trick...run deep..run straight and get hits.

Well...took the lazy way out.i just straightened out the original hooks.AND made sure it's on a medium rod this time..Crankbait rod is now a full time addition on each fishing trip.( -;

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Old 06-30-2012, 02:29 PM
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Those were some nice fish! I believe we spoke on the water Thursday. I was fishing out ofthe green gheenoe.
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