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Old 06-11-2008, 10:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Of course, this question is directed at DBM since he lives on Standley, but really, is there structure close to shore at all in Standley? I'm keep thinking I should check it out, but I'm hesitant that you need a boat to get into anything good.......anyone
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It can be done, theres no structure anywhere in the lake, weeds, and gravel transtions hold fish, find mud lines and work those also, good luck!
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Thanks...I figured you'd have good take on it....
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Of course, this question is directed at DBM since he lives on Standley, but really, is there structure close to shore at all in Standley? I'm keep thinking I should check it out, but I'm hesitant that you need a boat to get into anything good.......anyone
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The hidden and magical finger of water that jabs into the earth on the south side is a clue.

also check along the old drop offs and sand bars on the north end. that'd be the first places I would check.
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Of course, this question is directed at DBM since he lives on Standley, but really, is there structure close to shore at all in Standley? I'm keep thinking I should check it out, but I'm hesitant that you need a boat to get into anything good.......anyone
thanks.
The hidden and magical finger of water that jabs into the earth on the south side is a clue.

also check along the old drop offs and sand bars on the north end. that'd be the first places I would check.

fyi, the inlet sucks for bass fishing!
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not for other fishing though!

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The 1 time I fished the shore there it sucked. Hot , buggy, buttload of bait dunkers everywhere- I've never gone back and never will. But thats just me!
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good smallies in the inlet use crawfish patterns
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The 1 time I fished the shore there it sucked. Hot , buggy, buttload of bait dunkers everywhere- I've never gone back and never will. But thats just me!

thank god!

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good smallies in the inlet use crawfish patterns


some smallies in the inlet, not good smallies in the inlet, but hey what do i know! have fun! and good luck!





lunker, pm me sometime, and i will take u out on the boat!
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