Bullards Bar Fishing Report - Video

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Bullards Bar Fishing Report - Video

Postby alesieur » Fri Dec 15, 2017 8:12 am

Spent a day and a half out at Bullards Bar last weekend. Tough bite…check out the video for more info..

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Re: Bullards Bar Fishing Report - Video

Postby ragtopped » Fri Dec 15, 2017 10:31 pm

Good video. That lake does fish tough at times

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Re: Bullards Bar Fishing Report - Video

Postby alesieur » Sat Dec 16, 2017 2:51 pm

ragtopped wrote:Good video. That lake does fish tough at times


Thanks!. I am heading back out there again soon.

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Re: Bullards Bar Fishing Report - Video

Postby mark poulson » Sat Dec 16, 2017 9:19 pm

Good luck. I hope the wind lays down for you.
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Re: Bullards Bar Fishing Report - Video

Postby birdman920 » Sun Dec 17, 2017 7:23 am

Great video!..... good work !... keep em coming !...

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Re: Bullards Bar Fishing Report - Video

Postby steve0806 » Sun Dec 17, 2017 9:35 am

Another good video, Hollywood!

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Re: Bullards Bar Fishing Report - Video

Postby Pat » Sun Dec 17, 2017 10:59 am

Aaron, Thanks for a great video. I am also just learning Bullards Bar. A small group of us from our "Old f**ts" fishing club was up there last Thursday. Most folks struggled. My partner and I managed 11 fish, all were keepers over 13" the biggest maybe 2.5 pounds. We found them in the same depth range as you did, but all of our fish came on steep vertical rock walls, we did not get bit on points. My fish all came on Greg G's Nail shaky head with a green pumpkin Strike King Finesse worm. It rigs weedless but still can get caught in rocks, I lost a couple. My partner caught fish on a Ned Rig and drop shot with a little swimbait on it. It seemed when we pulled up to a wall we would catch a couple fish and then nada. Move to the next wall and catch a couple more. We duplicated this at several places on the main lake and even up the river. We had to fish slow. Maybe next time try dropping your camera along some walls and see what's there.

Pat

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Re: Bullards Bar Fishing Report - Video

Postby alesieur » Mon Dec 18, 2017 8:34 pm

birdman920 wrote:Great video!..... good work !... keep em coming !...


Thank you!

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Re: Bullards Bar Fishing Report - Video

Postby alesieur » Mon Dec 18, 2017 8:34 pm

steve0806 wrote:Another good video, Hollywood!


Thanks Steve!

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Re: Bullards Bar Fishing Report - Video

Postby alesieur » Mon Dec 18, 2017 8:39 pm

Pat wrote:Aaron, Thanks for a great video. I am also just learning Bullards Bar. A small group of us from our "Old f**ts" fishing club was up there last Thursday. Most folks struggled. My partner and I managed 11 fish, all were keepers over 13" the biggest maybe 2.5 pounds. We found them in the same depth range as you did, but all of our fish came on steep vertical rock walls, we did not get bit on points. My fish all came on Greg G's Nail shaky head with a green pumpkin Strike King Finesse worm. It rigs weedless but still can get caught in rocks, I lost a couple. My partner caught fish on a Ned Rig and drop shot with a little swimbait on it. It seemed when we pulled up to a wall we would catch a couple fish and then nada. Move to the next wall and catch a couple more. We duplicated this at several places on the main lake and even up the river. We had to fish slow. Maybe next time try dropping your camera along some walls and see what's there.

Pat


Hey Pat.
Thanks for the comment. It's funny you mention that because I did actually drop my camera on a couple of steep walls on the main lake during the first day and saw some fish. They were all small 1-2lbers so I didn't concentrate on them. When I pulled up to that first point over by DarkDay the school I found the first evening had some 4-7lbers in it but they were gone the next day. I am heading up there again soon and will have some more time to really look around and try to dial something in…stay tuned..

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Re: Bullards Bar Fishing Report - Video

Postby biteme » Tue Dec 19, 2017 12:43 pm

Hudd!!!!


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