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Home Anglers Corner May 10, 2018 - GHB report

May 10, 2018 - GHB report

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Jared Pugh (jpugh) [IMFT] < This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it >
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Hello Wayne, I wanted to send you a cool picture of a Striper we found floating dead in Good Hope Bay on Saturday May 5th.  The fish had apparently choked to death on a nice sized Walleye!  We had a fantastic weekend of fishing and caught some beautiful fish!  We ended up with 227 fish total (all released) in 3 days of fishing.  The fishing was fast and furious in the afternoons form 3PM to dark each day, but you had to work for them in the mornings.  We fished Good Hope Bay, The Horn and 4 Mile Canyon with the best fishing by far in and around the rocky points  around Good Hope Bay, the water temp was 66-71 degrees every day.  95 percent of all the fish were caught on 5” Yamamoto Double Tail Hula Grubs in the 297 color on ½ ounce lead football head jigs.  But the exciting part was how awesome the top water bite was!  I threw a Zara Spook Puppy in black/chrome and caught 10 to 15 fish each morning and afternoon casting to shore with a very subtle walk the dog retrieve.  Thanks for all your info helping us prepare for our trip down the fishing is HOT!

I wanted to send you a cool picture of a Striper we found floating dead in Good Hope Bay on Saturday May 5th.  The fish had apparently choked to death on a nice sized Walleye!  We had a fantastic weekend of fishing and caught some beautiful fish!  We ended up with 227 fish total (all released) in 3 days of fishing.  The fishing was fast and furious in the afternoons from 3PM to dark each day, but you had to work for them in the mornings.  We fished Good Hope Bay, The Horn and 4 Mile Canyon with the best fishing by far in and around the rocky points around Good Hope Bay, the water temp was 66-71 degrees every day.  95 percent of all the fish were caught on 5” Yamamoto Double Tail Hula Grubs in the 297 color on ½ ounce lead football head jigs.  But the exciting part was how awesome the top water bite was!  I threw a Zara Spook Puppy in black/chrome and caught 10 to 15 fish each morning and afternoon casting to shore with a very subtle walk the dog retrieve.  Thanks for all your info helping us prepare for our trip down the fishing is HOT!

 

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