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What to look for? #45012
11/30/16 04:14 PM
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ZacharyMenard Offline OP
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What is the first thing you look for to locate fish when you hit the bay or lake?

Re: What to look for? [Re: ZacharyMenard] #45014
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I look for current entering the bays or lakes from the marsh. It also helps to know the area like shell reefs good banks etc. I do not follow birds they noisy and occasionally [censored] on ya

Re: What to look for? [Re: ZacharyMenard] #45342
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The first thing I look for is if the lake has any artificial fish attractors. The second thing I try to do is look for structure. Even if its not explicitly marked on the map, you can look at contours to figure out the humps and holes.

Re: What to look for? [Re: ZacharyMenard] #45536
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I typically look for current lines around points and drop-offs. I also chase the birds to see if there is any surface action going on.

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