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I got on the water a little later than I wanted. Decided to sleep another hour. Got on the water about 7:45am. The weather was cool and the water was low. I ran downriver and worked a creek arm. It took a while to get my first bite. Hooked one about 14 inches or so on a Wiggle Wart. It got off before I got it in the boat. I ran toward the dam and hooked a chunky dink on a crank. Skunk out of the boat. The bite slowed down and I decided to cross to the other side and work a creek arm near the dam. I tossed a wacky senko near some shoreline wood and hooked a nice 18.5"er that was over 3 pounds.
I hooked one more small one and decided to let the wind move me along the shore and fish similar structure. It took a while, but I hooked another fish on the senko the same length that was maybe a tad lighter.
I hooked a smaller fish after lunch and then pitched the senko into a blowdown near shore and got a 15+"er.
It was sunnier than it was supposed to be, but the temperature was nice. I was happy with my catch and got off the water about 3:15pm. Nice early Fall day.
Nice bunch of fish. I have it on good authority that a flutter spoon worked well in deeper water during the summer. Not sure if those fish would still be deep.
That's a good technique. I bought one, but never really put the time in to learn it. It was cold front conditions and the bite was tough.