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Home Anglers Corner April 3, 2018 - Bass and Crappie

April 3, 2018 - Bass and Crappie

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This is Bob Lemons.  I just signed up as a member on your website and will be posting in the future under the screen name of, "Fursniper."   I will be fishing  very frequently between now and the end of May and will provide results of my trips on the message board.  Here is the info from my most recent fishing trip.
I fished 2 days near the back of Last Chance on March 28-29 with Ron Chapman from Page.
First day  we landed 2 crappie, 1 largemouth, 1 smallmouth, and 1 striper.  We fished hard from 1030am to 5:30pm.
Second day we fished the same places and landed 3 crappie and 3 smallmouth.  We left Last Chance around 5pm and stopped along the east wall of Padre Bay and caught 2 more smallmouth there.  We fished hard from 10am to 6pm.
Water surface temp stayed consistent at 58*F both days.  Our targeted species were LMB, SMB, and BC.  We were fishing less than 30 feet deep using 1/8 to 1/4 ounce jigs that were either chartreuse, smoke with silver flake, or pumpkin colored.  We had to work a lot of shoreline to catch these.  Overall, we landed 13 fish consisting of 4 different species in 2 days.
Here are the photos.
This is Ron Chapman. He has lived in Page since 1974 and these are the first crappie he has ever caught in his life.  He actually caught 3 in one day in the back of Last Chance and created a once in a lifetime memory....LOL!

This is Bob Lemons.  I just signed up as a member on your website and will be posting in the future under the screen name of, "Fursniper."   I will be fishing  very frequently between now and the end of May and will provide results of my trips on the message board.  Here is the info from my most recent fishing trip.


I fished 2 days near the back of Last Chance on March 28-29 with Ron Chapman from Page. 
First day  we landed 2 crappie, 1 largemouth, 1 smallmouth, and 1 striper.  We fished hard from 1030am to 5:30pm.

Second day we fished the same places and landed 3 crappie and 3 smallmouth.  We left Last Chance around 5pm and stopped along the east wall of Padre Bay and caught 2 more smallmouth there.  We fished hard from 10am to 6pm.  
Water surface temp stayed consistent at 58*F both days.  Our targeted species were LMB, SMB, and BC.  We were fishing less than 30 feet deep using 1/8 to 1/4 ounce jigs that were either chartreuse, smoke with silver flake, or pumpkin colored.  We had to work a lot of shoreline to catch these.  Overall, we landed 13 fish consisting of 4 different species in 2 days.

Here are the photos.

This is Ron Chapman. He has lived in Page since 1974 and these are the first crappie he has ever caught in his life.  He actually caught 3 in one day in the back of Last Chance and created a once in a lifetime memory....LOL!-

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