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Kevin J Legg

Henderson Bass

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Our group fished with Capt. Steve Gould out around Stony and Gallo Islands today. With the lake being mixed by the strong winds last week, fishing was a little slow but we did catch some quality smallies. Steve worked his butt off, was very informative and the shore lunch we had on Gallo was exceptional. The bass were deep in 35-55 fow and were taking soft shell crabs.

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Kevin,  was planning on hitting the calf island shoals and galloo shoals this weekend for walleye have you heard of any good reports or maybe I should head to charity shoals instaed? Thanks for all the good reports!

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Steve said Calf and Gallo are generally good this time of year but the water temps are much colder than normal and fishing seems to be off in general right now. Mike at Martin's Marina said the same is true out of Md Bay.

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Kevin.....In your pursuit of smallies in deep water with crabs, have u ever tried nightcrawlers.....? Used to use them with great success and the smallies were in competition with eels to get them!

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Kevin.....yes I guess so. The last time I fished the St. Lawrence with nightcrawlers on the bottom in 35-55fow was before the gobie invasion. I imagine they would get to the worms before the bigger fare would. Maybe send live gobies down on a hook........ :thinking:  I wouldn't believe they'd be hard to get......Just an offbeat idea......But not really offbeat......

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To Kevin's point, when fishing with worms need to use drop shot type set-up about 24-30" off bottom or gobies will do a number on your bait.

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