The bite on "Tonka" can change much to fast!
- Blog Post by: Cody Thompson
- June 15, 2009 - 10:36 PM
The day of the club tournament was a different story, from the time we were catching decent bass the day before until the morning of the tournament was only 14 hours.The weather was the same as the day before, no rain, no fronts, no wind....the fish should still be there right?? By the title of this blog you should have guessed it....NO they were pretty much gone! We arrived at our first spot with no one around,nobody even got close to us as we spent the first 2 hours there. We managed to catch 3 small keepers,none of them were on a texas rig or a tube.We managed to catch a few decent fish after moving to several spots.None of the fish were caught on a texas rig or a tube like the day before.After it was all said and done,my biggest was 3.84 lbs that was spawned out.In talking to everyone one else in the club it was the same story, none of the fish they had going produced the following day.The bite got slower, the fish wanted something else. The point of this blog is to make sure you have several spots producing and be preapred to change tactis completely.
FISH HARD, DONT GIVE UP!!
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