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Cold water bass....

Discussion in 'Indiana Big Lake Fishing' started by Indianahunter, Jan 13, 2007.

  1. It was 39 degrees at 9:00am when we put in and 41 degrees and 3:00pm when we pulled out. 5 to 10 mph winds out of the NW and I wore every item of clothing I brought! Not the ideal weather to fishing but with a cold front moving in my hunting/fishing partner Tim Steadman thought we could catch a few bass drifting minnow tipped jigs under bobbers off rocky points and around structure. He was right. We caught fish at a steady pace all day. Lots of chucky one to two pounder’s and several three-pound plus fish for each of use.

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  2. Looks good!!!!!!!:bowdown: :bowdown: :bowdown:
     

  3. Great Job.. Any day on the water is a great one..
     
  4. Sweet! Anyday on the water is a good day!
     
  5. Only in Indiana can this be done on the 13th of Jan.
     
  6. Actually, i think it could be pulled off in Florida...haha
     
  7. Looks like you guys had a great day out there. Nice looking rig too, what kind of boat are you fishing out of?
     
  8. My friend Tim's boat is a Lund "Angler" deep-V, Its a really great boat!
     
  9. great day you had congradulations on the fish
     
  10. Looks like fun...........good catch guys.