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frawri
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Daily Subscription Msg 1 Posted: 03:34 PM 04/07/06 (CST)
HI Group, I am wondering is it worth me going out to fish tommorrow. We have had it raining here on and off for the past week. The change in the temp has changed quite a bit too. Like today was in the 70dys, and right now it is raining out. But tommorrow is meant to be sunny and cold about 49. The water I will be fishing in is a big pond, not real deep. Maybe 20 feet. And I am looking at fishing for Bass. What do you all think?


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Daily Subscription Msg 2 Posted: 03:39 PM 04/07/06 (CST)
I guess I would hit the water if I were you. Whats the worst that can happen? You might go out and get skunked but atleast you were outside.


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Daily Subscription Msg 3 Posted: 04:03 PM 04/07/06 (CST)
i'd hit the lake too you never know will happen it might be the best you ever had..


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Daily Subscription Msg 4 Posted: 09:47 PM 04/07/06 (CST)
My theory has always been if you have the chance to go, then go. The only thing that has ever stopped me was a bad wind (making it difficult to cast) or serious rain/thunderstorms. As noted above, what is the worst that can happen? You get skunked? If the weather is nice you still spent a day on the water, which is better, at least IMHO, than a day spent indoors.
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Daily Subscription Msg 5 Posted: 06:56 AM 04/08/06 (CST)
LOL You guys sure are die hards. ;-) I just asked because the lake isn't near me. So to go will be an effort, though I love to fish. If I am going to be skunked I don't care to really go that far to do so. I could do it nearer to home. LOL I also have other things that need doing. Such as getting my garden ready for planting. So I will be outdoors. I am out there as often as I can get there. But like I said I have other things that need doing, so if it is going to be a problem, and Bass don't like to bite in this kind of weather, with too much rain, and then it being cold so fast. Then it isn't worth going.


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Daily Subscription Msg 6 Posted: 06:59 AM 04/08/06 (CST)
I just don't know the answer to those questions hence the reason for me asking. I went to a lake last year, and it had rained all the week before. This lake is 90 feet deap, and there was no fish to be had. It was really annoying. So that got me thinking, maybe these fish wont care to bite after it has rained so much. Have you guys had any luck with Bass biting even after a good rain?


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Daily Subscription Msg 7 Posted: 11:22 AM 04/08/06 (CST)
As Grandpappy used to say... "You can't catch fish without your line in the water." Or how about, "A bad day of fishing is better then a good day at work."





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Daily Subscription Msg 8 Posted: 11:18 AM 04/10/06 (CST)
I'd like to remind everyone that to go after a spieces that is not open to fishing ,because the season has not opened it is unlawfull to go after one. The question is intent. I can go to the river and fish suckers with a crawler,but if I catch a walleye and release it immeadiatly a game warden will most likely let me go.If
I am using a Rapala and I get a walleye ,now I could be in trouble. When was the last time you caught a sucker with a Rapala or daredevil spoon?
So it is unlawfull to go for gamefish ,which all have their seasons until the season opens.
I'd like to add that Big Bite has a very important view. If you do not wet a line you will have to go to Morries for your week old fish dinner.



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Daily Subscription Msg 9 Posted: 11:24 AM 04/10/06 (CST)
I am not sure where the original poster is from but I don't think its Minnesota since the post refered to the temp being in the 70's and I don't think any where in Minnesota was in the 70's at that time.

Probably another state with different regulations.


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Daily Subscription Msg 10 Posted: 12:35 PM 04/10/06 (CST)
valid point,I assumed.I went and checked. Kentucky is the state where the question was raised from. It was still good info for us minnesotans.



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