I got out to 3-Oaks with surrogate son #3 Erik Brztowski today. 35 air temps, 10-15 unobstructed winds, standing knee deep in 38 degree water for hours and thatâ€™s fun? Yes! Due to the weather we lost 3 other possible fishing companions, Mike included...he did well out solo after hearing we were catching fish. We were out from 10:30 until 3:30. We had looked over contour maps the night before, looking for deeper water close enough to shore where fish would pull back in a cold front. First spot we found an off shore hump (not on the contour map) in approximately 6â€™ of water with a saddle that dropped to 12â€™ All but two of our fish came off that saddle. Using an A-rig (with 4 teaser baits) as a search bait I got the first bass. That was followed by Erikâ€™s nice ass Walleye on a Dual spybait. Next 2 bass on a 3/4oz Dark Sleeper, then the largest LM that was caught on a Megabass Vision 110+1. We lost feeling in our toes and lower extremities and moved to several other spots. Nothing or the wind was in our face and made casting impossible. Erik recommended one last spot that was a point surrounded by some deeper water and I finally got the smallie I was looking for all day, as well as a decent walleye. We joked about getting a trifecta all day and it was kinda cool to get it, considering the conditions. Both the smallie & my walleye came on the Vision 110+1. My feet are still cold 4hrs after getting home
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