One Spot, Two Species

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One Spot, Two Species

Postby ttb31183 » Mon Nov 05, 2018 4:18 pm

I had a club tournament yesterday and both myself and non-boater did extremely well. I was able to win and he finished in 2nd place. 19.19lbs and 18.34lbs were out totals. That was fun to see us both weigh good bags on Lake CDA. The interesting thing was his bag had three largemouth and I never caught a single green one. He even caught another one that didn't help cull. Every fish I caught was a smallmouth with the exception of a few pike.

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The area we were targeting was a deep flat with an adjoining weedline. I was paralleling the 30-foot zone with swimbaits and he was casting towards the grass with a swimjig and that makes sense why he was catching the largemouth.

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What I found interesting was how late season fish on this lake tend to group up more than other times of the year. Even though they weren't in the same exact depth they were very close.

This is what the area looks like on Navionics.

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