no catfish or bass, l dock...fishing was terrible. at around 5:20 i had a bite, then at 5:40 i had my line going out and then coming back, then two appreciable hits, then another one hit, then the line going out and coming back. the fish were just not hungry. Lamocatfish anglers will commence retiring the l dock temporarily and will move to another drop-off. Our rods covered the entire dock, my rod was the only bitten one. Used liver and i will be using sardines and shrimp the next month
Fishing Report Provided by - David Chen
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| Water Temp:51-60 F | Clarity: Murky
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
February 7, 2015
this report is based on the same day that i caught catfish, only the bass side. i was using a v and m adrenaline flippin jig in crawdad color, strike king bleeding spinnerbait in shad color(3/8 ounce), and a bps crankbait in sexy shad color. Couldn't get a bite at the l dock and i wish i could dropshot but my rod is too stiff for that particular technique.
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