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Old 01-16-2017, 10:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Fished Saturday and Monday. As expected there was a ton of people there Saturday and a lot more than I expected today. Fishing was very slow about one fish every 2 hrs between 3 of us. A few little rainbows on Saturday and one perch. Today one perch and one little rainbow between 5 of us. The water is very dirty brown with about 1' visabilty. We move around on the north side from the ramp to the beach area from 12' of water to 50'. Marked very few fish on the flasher. Not sure what's going on. We've always been able to catch dinky perch there if nothing else. I've never seen hyrum like this. Thinking we'll have to try somewhere else. I'm a little worried something is wrong.
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Old 01-17-2017, 02:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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We hit Hyrum by the inlet on Monday. We did pretty well. You could have pulled perch in all day long, just little guys though. As soon as the lure would hit the bottom we would be getting hits. We probably caught 15 or so Rainbows too. It really didn't seem to matter what we were using as long as we were on the bottom. We were there from 10:00-1:00. The bite did seem a little quicker early on.
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We hit Hyrum by the inlet on Monday. We did pretty well. You could have pulled perch in all day long, just little guys though. As soon as the lure would hit the bottom we would be getting hits. We probably caught 15 or so Rainbows too. It really didn't seem to matter what we were using as long as we were on the bottom. We were there from 10:00-1:00. The bite did seem a little quicker early on.
It's all about location I suppose.
What was the water clarity like by the inlet?
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