oh i hope half the people that read this will come out to fish
and just so you know when i fish these lakes most of the time i use my blue poles
yes the poles are 14 foot long but some times you need to get out far from shore for the bite
and i know most people have these poles but dont bring them down
so if you have one bring it down and use it
theres nothing like trying to reel in a wiper over 10# thats about 100yard out real fun
fishingkats, look like you have a nice family there. I think you are a great guy, letting others knows the location and the method for catching fish at your local lakes and not afraid that they will catch all the fish. Hope I meet you sometime. I usually fished at Nee Gronda from late May until middle of June or whenever the shad hatch, then fishing for wiper got pretty tough; can't chase the boils unless it is a long one, they seem to disapeared before the boat arrived. About 4 or 5 years ago, the fishing for crappies were pretty good at Nee Noshee. Do you think there are still good population of crappies left at that lake. One more question, do you ever fished at the Sweet Water lake next to Nee Gronda? That lake up to couple years ago has very good fishing for white bass and wiper. I sure hope that many survived that summer drought. Keep on fishing.
Man,I think i am going to head down next week,i'll be on vacation.Anybody doing any good from boats or just shore?How many wipers today?How far is John Martin from Nee Noshe?Lots of questions but when i see those wipers I get some kind of fever