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Old 10-07-2010, 09:47 PM
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Default Re: Help - new to warmwater!

There are a lot of schoolie size stripers and some good smallmouth in that impoundment, try some of the rocky rip rap areas for smallmouth and keep an eye out for striper boils early and late in the day. milt.
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Default Re: Help - new to warmwater!

Would LOVE to get out and chase some stripers, unfortunately im land locked as I am without a boat. Thinking about purchasing a float tube though. There are some really nice quiet areas in the wildlife preserve where boats cant go.
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Default Re: Help - new to warmwater!

I know what you mean.... I was panfishing a few months ago with my 2 wt using a black fur ant. Out of nowhere a fat old carp comes storming after my fly! He turned at the last second, which I didn't feel to bad because I'm afraid he would have snapped my poor 2wt in half.

I was surprised that he would go after a dry like he did. Maybe terrestrials are secret carp flys......
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Highly recommend the tube, you never know, the stripers may find you! milt.
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