It's ok, people forget. Thanks for your understanding. As for Aurora.... Yeah.. Tough nut to crack if ya ask me. I know they're in there and plenty. But I'm willin to bet that they're well fed, no matter what species. That lake just seems so healthy. The water's clean as heck. Well.... Except for the few dead floating prairie dogs when the wind picks up, but other than that the lake is a beauty! Persistance, my man.. Persistance..FishEyes said:Thanks for your update 1eye. I'll post questions here next time, sorry. I'd like to be fishing at Aurora too but after 2 skunks I'd like to get a little positive news before the boat goes out.
WERD!! It starts howlin round noonish and white caps seem to never miss a day on that lake! That's why I haven't took my lil 12 footer there yet. Too scary if ya ask me.Dan said:I am afraid of getting caught in the wind out there and my battery dying.......
Ha! It's no secret, any good fisherman know that this is the best time! When them waves start crashing and that water gets stirred up and murky, the fish will be biting. True though that most people don't like to fish in the rain or wind, I am not one of those people. Have only fished Aurora once earlier and May and it was not windy at all and not a single bite.1eyeReD said:That breeze this morning was just not enough. We need some rough winds and waves pounding the dam for..... Oh snap, oops!! Giving my secrets away again... It's ok, most people don't like to fish in windy conditions anyway LOL!
FishEyes said:Neal would you care to share info on the smallies. Are you using minnows and fishing toward the south end of the lake?