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Had a nice day at Red Feathers! Fished Hiawatha in the morning and Erie in the afternoon-evening. Weather was beautiful, low 70s, no wind and light clouds. It was a really slow day at both lakes...no fish caught at Hiawatha, and 5 at Erie. Woollies worked pretty good mid-day at Erie. As the action on top heated up in the evening Royal Wolf patterns with small silver emerger seemed to be the hot set-up. The water had a bunch of what looked like plankton and the fish were pretty full of that.
 

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not shure what you mean by "plankton" can you better describe what was in there bellies? size shape color?
 

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last time i saw stuff like that it was dissolved TP, hope that aint the case here...lol
 

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to bad its so far for me, id like to get a sample and put it under the scope to see what it was
 

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could be has it been windy sometimes up here at deweese when the wind blows for a few days lots of "stuff" gets stired up and washed off the rocks
 
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