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We were trolling on way to Henderson right off Robert Wehl State park, and stopped to cast on these schools of 15-20 fish that appeared 20-24”+. Any ideas? They seemed to big to be bass? Zoom in on pictures-one pic shows pretty good forked tail like a Laker? These schools would come up out of 18’, and hunt through 8’ then back downIMG_6010.JPGIMG_6009.JPGIMG_6006.JPG

 

 

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We fished Blind Sodus for bass last weekend where the lake met the bay and I saw the same thing . 

 

They are Carp . My buddy caught a 20#  on a Senco  worm. 

 

They were everywhere .  

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We fished Blind Sodus for bass last weekend where the lake met the bay and I saw the same thing . 
 
They are Carp . My buddy caught a 20#  on a Senco  worm. 
 
They were everywhere .  

Thanks. Carp make sense but patterns in the 1 pic look like bass. They wouldn’t acknowledge anything we threw at them !


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I was at Grenadier island a week ago and in this shadow that was cast over the water there was a pile of smallmouths in about 15 fow.

It was dead calm crystal clear and i could see them clearly and i was seein 5 and 6 lb. Smallmouths. Same thing, threw everything at them from crankbaits to wacky worms and no takers.

 

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I was at Grenadier island a week ago and in this shadow that was cast over the water there was a pile of smallmouths in about 15 fow.
It was dead calm crystal clear and i could see them clearly and i was seein 5 and 6 lb. Smallmouths. Same thing, threw everything at them from crankbaits to wacky worms and no takers.
 

That’s really what I thought they were


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I have seen the same thing around stony point with large smallmouths cruising in groups like that with no interest in lures but took live crayfish readily

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I bet they did. Wished i had some livebait

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