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Met up with some buds fishing Parvin, and none of the usual stuff worked, and none of the usual spots produced. Marked one or two fish that wouldn't take my jig, but that was it. The wind kicked up and blew us all off the lake during the afternoon. I left skunked, depressed, and with a headache. That's my report.
 
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Met up with some buds fishing Parvin, and none of the usual stuff worked, and none of the usual spots produced.  Marked one or two fish that wouldn't take my jig, but that was it.  The wind kicked up and blew us all off the lake during the afternoon.  I left skunked, depressed, and with a headache.  That's my report. 
Sorry to hear that, Cutt.I'm thinking going up there tomorrow morning,either Dowdy or Parvin maybe even Bellair Lake.So if any of you fishing fools plannig on going too, look for the silver Nissan-ELVIS-I- I be wearing my usuale red wool hat and green army jacket,my truck is loaded and ready to go.
 

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If you can take an occassional skunk (like mine today), Parvin is a nice place to fish. The wind can knock you down, but when the fish are cooperative, they are usually nice fish and strong.
 

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I fished Parvin on Friday for about 2 1/2 hours and also left smelling of skunk. My buddy and I did have a couple hits, but I have had a serious case of "can't-get-the-hook-sets" at Parvin my last couple trips. Despite my lack of success at the place, I hold a sincere appreciation and liking for the lake. I think it's the challenge. I can't wait until I can afford a fishfinder. On a more positive and productive note, we hiked into Bellaire and pulled more fish through the ice than I cared to count.
 
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