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Kevin J Legg

River bass

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Xellent Kevin.....And you are absolutely right about having them go airborne!! Were you using topwaters? Summertime, especially when it's calm or very light wind is prime for topwater bass action..... :yes:  I like floating minnow baits that swim under when steadily pulled.....

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I've caught them on top waters and it is a blast. I should have tried today as I had a Pop R rigged but never got around to throwing it. Hitting then on Senkos but did hit a couple on a small crank bait today. Next trip I'm taking light rod with 6 lb. test just to have fun. Those 3-4 pounders are a blast and I really don't need to keep many more.

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Man....I'm just a little jealous of you guys who stay up near the St. Lawrence area. Where I am really great fishing is close by in all directions... the fingers, the canal, south shore of the Big O.........there is something I really love about the east side of Ontario and "the Larry" (hope y'all don't take offense to that kinda' cheesy sounding name). But I can say the same about some of the area around the Big Apple region. And a few other out of state areas. Ah....makes those vacation trip decisions just a little more intense..... :thinking:

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Here's a 5 pound st Lawrence river smallmouth post-148254-14037417749914_thumb.jpg

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Gotta love the Gobi and its role in making the St Lawrence and Lake Ontario a world class sport fishery!post-155409-14037495395845_thumb.jpg

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Anyone catching them on the South shore? Heading out from Irondequoit with my kids tomorrow to give it another whirl? Any help would be fantastic!

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We limited out again this morning by 9:20. 5 were over 17" with largest a shade under 20". Caught them a touch deeper today as the shallower fish have been picked over this week.

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Fished Chippewa Bay again this morning and the bite has slowed. Still should have limited out by 9:30 but I lost 3 nice smallmouth when they jumped. Not getting them on shallow beds anymore but if you work the shoal edges in 6- 12 fow you can still scratch out a nice catch.

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