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Joined: 12:39am - May 28,07
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Post Posted: 08:41pm - Sep 17,10 
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Well, I just got back from Burnham Harbor I was out there for about 2.5 hours. Not even a bump from any fish, I managed to snag a boat of something so I lost a lure lol. Shhh....Anyways, when are smallies around? btw, this is fishing from the shore.

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Post Posted: 09:02am - Sep 18,10 
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Smallie fishing is non-existent for a few days until the Water Clears-up.
The Salmon are also spooking things up, making feeding a challenge.

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Post Posted: 07:29pm - Oct 12,10 
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The smallmouth fishing will only get better as the water cools. Focus on 10 to 15 foot deep with rocks. Green pumpkin tubes are awesome this time of year. Slow Slow Slow.

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Post Posted: 08:44pm - Oct 20,10 
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Smallies are always around, just gotta' find out what they want.

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Post Posted: 09:04pm - Oct 20,10 
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don't forget large mouths
i catch some nice bass in the fall
if your fishing a pier dont be afraid to throw a bigger crankbait right up against the wall like the smallmouth SLOW retrieve

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