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Old 06-23-2012, 12:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone have any recent info on williamsfork? My brother and his buddy are out there right now for the 1st time! They have been targeting Macks, with not much luck. A couple hits at apx 85 ft. Not much other then that. I told em to target the Macs early and the Pike during the day around the mud lines in the shallows. We will see. Any one have suggestions or recent reports they are willing to share? Thanks.


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A buddy and I fished WF Friday morning from our pontoons. It was dead calm when we arrived at 7:30am and then we were blown off the lake at 11:00am when the wind went from calm to 30+ mph. We caught lots of lakers in 30 to 60 fow with white tubes and sucker meat. The biggest fish we caught was 20 inches. Most were 16 to 18 inches. All were very fat and healthy. This is probably a little late to help your brother, but you can let him know if he gets back up there to maybe try a bit shallower. We cruised around and fished when we marked good numbers of fish on the fish finders.
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A buddy and I fished WF Friday morning from our pontoons. It was dead calm when we arrived at 7:30am and then we were blown off the lake at 11:00am when the wind went from calm to 30+ mph. We caught lots of lakers in 30 to 60 fow with white tubes and sucker meat. The biggest fish we caught was 20 inches. Most were 16 to 18 inches. All were very fat and healthy. This is probably a little late to help your brother, but you can let him know if he gets back up there to maybe try a bit shallower. We cruised around and fished when we marked good numbers of fish on the fish finders.
This is great to know. Thank you twistertail!
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A buddy and I fished WF Friday morning from our pontoons. It was dead calm when we arrived at 7:30am and then we were blown off the lake at 11:00am when the wind went from calm to 30+ mph. We caught lots of lakers in 30 to 60 fow with white tubes and sucker meat. The biggest fish we caught was 20 inches. Most were 16 to 18 inches. All were very fat and healthy. This is probably a little late to help your brother, but you can let him know if he gets back up there to maybe try a bit shallower. We cruised around and fished when we marked good numbers of fish on the fish finders.
Thanks for the info. He finally figured the pike out a bit. He got a6 or so on Sun. I passed on the info but they elected to stay more shallow. The wind was rough in the kayaks. Again, thanks for the info Ray
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