Posted by Smith Stripe on June 28, 2002 at 20:40:26:
In Reply to: I guess my question gave everybody Lock Jaw.. LOL posted by boo on June 28, 2002 at 18:05:50:
This time of year you just have to stick to the lights. It is rough that late at night, but once summer has its grip on us the lights are the only way to go. You need to find lights that have at least 40 feet of water underneath them.
A good depth finder is also critical during this time. Fresh and frisky shad are critical. If you are having trouble with shad try to catch some smaller bream. Most of the fish that you catch during the summer are at a minimum of 18 to 20 feet. Find a light with some bait under it and you are going to significantly increase your chances.
One spot that works in the early morning is the big point at the bottom of Ryan Creek. It is the point where the big sign is that says something like "underwater pipes" or somthing like that.
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