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Thread: Bait-N-Wait when the Striper are Picky, with Equipment Recomendations

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAPT'N View Post
    Great info Ron!

    Now just give them the longitude and latitude of our spots and we can have a party! LOL



    Don't forget the lawrys dip !

    Capt'n
    Thanks Capt'n!

    I'm thinking of titling my next tip "Capt'n's Favorite Fishing Holes". Kinda catchy don't you think?

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    Sounds like a best seller to me.............:-)

    Index

    Best Trolling Spot------- Follow Bobby

    Best Bait Spot------------Follow Bobby

    Best Top Water Spot------Follow Bobby

    Capt'n

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    Oh! I'm not brave enough to write that one. LOL

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    Put the rod in the rod holder and wait till it goes super-bendo,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

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    Quote Originally Posted by TroutOnly View Post
    Put the rod in the rod holder and wait till it goes super-bendo,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    I love it when they're doing that, when the drag wakes me from a nap and the rod tip is in the water.
    Last edited by fishinone; 05-27-2014 at 05:32 PM. Reason: Swype errors, or, it didn't make sense. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkyMark View Post
    I prefer Owner mosquito hooks, #2 or #1 depending on the size of the bait. I've heard people mention octopus hooks, they never work for me
    ANY TIME Ron gives fishin advice, take it as FACT!!!
    I have been fortunate to fish with Ron many times.
    He is the best I know at reading a fish finder and placing bait bait in front of a fishe's mouth.
    He is an excellent teacher.
    Ron has volumes of experience.
    You should copy and paste the post he wrote above and save it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loweboat View Post
    ANY TIME Ron gives fishin advice, take it as FACT!!!
    I have been fortunate to fish with Ron many times.
    He is the best I know at reading a fish finder and placing bait bait in front of a fishe's mouth.
    He is an excellent teacher.
    Ron has volumes of experience.
    You should copy and paste the post he wrote above and save it.
    Hey stranger, thanks for the vote of confidence.

    Where have you been?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishinone View Post
    Hey stranger, thanks for the vote of confidence.

    Where have you been?
    Just an OLD, (yes older than you Ron and T O,) grateful retired husband and father living out his days doing my best to catch fish. AND TRY to stay out of trouble, which for me can be difficult at times!!!

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    Man I LOVE that you drew these sardines with a SMILE! This is great info and I can't thank you enough for the report. I almost always bait fish.
    Also, I'm planning on driving up to fish Pyramid for stripers. I have a small 12ft. Valco. I've never been to Pyramid, so what can I expect? Also, I only have a boat permit for Kern County, is it a daily fee?

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    Congratulations Ron !

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