Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Early October

The weather was warm for the first week, but plummeted the following week.  Wind picked up.
Largemouth Bass have been hitting good, on anything from topwaters to subsurface streamers  and shad imitations, and even on smaller panfish- and crappie-sized fly patterns like microjigs and small woolly buggers.

I had one particularly good morning at a local pond where I caught @ 25 bass, including four that measured 17", and another 4-5 that were in the 15"-16" range.  Amongst other patterns that caught fish, dark olive #6 DDH Leeches performed exceptionally well that day.

I've also been picking up a few crappies here and there, on the shad flies, microjigs, and #8 mylar buggers.

I've caught a couple green sunfish.

And a couple Pumpkinseed Sunfish and Hybrid Sunfish.

I've caught some bluegills, but nearly as many as I feel I should be.  This is kind of odd.

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