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Old 06-25-2008, 11:57 PM
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Well I and the Mrs went out to Barth Pit today and after several hours in the hot sun we didnt get a bite. Seen a couple of Bass swimming, and spoke with a local that scoped it last week end and was advised Bass were 5 feet obove bottom and 30 feet from shore, and not very active at this time. Humboly River spilling into Pit is Muddy and swift and deep.
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Hi puckerstrings,

Well you had a day in the great Nevada outdoors even if you didn't catch any fish. Sounds like you need a sinking line. Also if there is a mud line in the water you should try fishing the edge of it. Bass may be looking for any food that may have drifted into the pond with the mud.

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Old 06-27-2008, 10:20 PM
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Thanks for the info I will try this next time I go out on Days off Take Care
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Old 07-31-2008, 07:26 PM
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Well I went out to Barth today, and really like the way the Redington Redy 2 6 weight, handlled. The problem was I didnt catch a Bass, didnt see any Bass, didn't get a Bass. Seen an awful lot of Carp, Way more than I saw last year.Water Temperature seemed to be abou the same. Lake Level seemed baout the same and Air Temperature seemed about the same as last year. Don't know why I didnt see or catch any Bass. I used a lot of Whooly Buggers Beaded head Nympths and several Damsels but no luck. Anyone have any adice sure would be appreciated. Have fun fishing
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