urbanHog312 wrote:hoping it recedes a bit and we get some normal flows during peak fall colors. nice job brotha. i'll have to give the shudderbait a whirl next year.
minstrel wrote:I expect a surge in shudderbait sales What kind of trailer were you using on them?
ccorso wrote:Thanks for the report Aux. September has usually been my best month on the river, but I barely even made it out this year with the weather and flooding. And who needs a fish cleaning station when you have paper plates?
Aux Pleins wrote: My mother who worked as a butcher for decades always said you can't taste the difference between pike, walleye, or bass. I don't eat much fish so I know I can't.
DPMike wrote:Aux Pleins wrote: My mother who worked as a butcher for decades always said you can't taste the difference between pike, walleye, or bass. I don't eat much fish so I know I can't.
Nice pics! I'm not so sure about those fish tasting the same though.
Aux Pleins wrote:my taste buds are probably damaged from years of eating frozen pizzas that were too hot straight out of the oven.
HEDDONFROG wrote:Us lake guys love rain and rising water But I know how bad it sucks when your favorite rivers are swollen out of their banks. Your results look good on the Shudder, I'll give mine another try on some ponds but I just found them to have too much lift. I had a hard time keeping a 1/2oz from breaking the surface. Maybe I need to rewire my brain into not working it like a bladed jig. Are you using a sub-7 gear ratio reel for those? I was probably using a 7.1 or 7.4. As per usual Aux, great monthly report and killer fish,
Rambler wrote:BTW - I'm guessing no Piketoberfest this year...?
Aux Pleins wrote:Seems to be one of the few months of the year that the water has been manageable.
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