Took the kid out early fishing on the docks, and although it was really nice when we got there.. it instantly turned extremely wet and cold.. The wind was coming up and hammering the sides of the dock and causing huge waves to crash against the dock sending water up into the air and soaking the dock.. We were getting quick bites over and over so wanted to stay and stick it out.. so we moved around the cover of a big pontoon and put bells all over the poles.. I also have a fishfinder that I put in the water which was showing a huge amount of fish swimming around at the 15ft water collum, so I took out a 6" trout swim bait and started casting that up and following the dock when I started getting bites from smaller striper.. The wind and waves won in the end and I ended up leaving around 12. If I could of stayed longer I guarantee I would have caught some bigger striper, so I will be out again next weekend. If anyone is looking for someone to fish silverwood with then shoot me a message.
Fishing Report Provided by - Alex Peterson
Average: 3(1 vote)
| Water Temp: | Clarity: Cloudy
Fish Caught | Lunker: using a
November 22, 2014
Went out fishing at the docks and ended up taking quite a few good size trout on power air.. Bright green in color.. Also had a lot of baits chasing in baits but could never seen to get a bite on the strikers, or possibly largies. Will be going back tomorrow to try again
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