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earltwitty

bass going deep?

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Went today and Tuesday in Irondequoit bay and got One bass. Fished the usual structure and old friendly spots. Are they going deep already? I thought they were late to the spawning beds this year. I did pretty well the last 3 weeks prior. Using wacky worm style, changing from purple to pearl jam color.

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We got quite a few shallow Wednesday in the bay (wasn't super serious had my twin 9 year olds out)...... Not much size though....with the temps rising it would make sense they are moving out..... One of my boys managed his first northern thoughee62fc1366cfe59c4e37fb0a8e1c25b1.jpg

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Last weekend around Little Sodus Bay they weren't hanging out very shallow like they were most weeks prior, even with the water temp staying consistent around 70-72 for the past few weeks. Didn't even get any around docks either...

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Great pic! Kawatchi. Congrats... Great memories being made there. Good stuff.

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Thanks Esox......fishing has been tough the last few years (they would heartbroken if I went out alone)...but now they are allot more self sufficient and we finally got a bow mount trolling motor...making things much easier. It's time to get serious!

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Lots of smallies around here spawning.Had a nice one spawning by my dock earlier.Last year the bass tend to move deep now chasing bait.I think the crabs are few thanks to the goby.I caught qite a few over 60 ft last year some on copper while trout fishing.The state could get things going faster with some hatchery effort on smallies.

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