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jerseycat9 10-10-2007 11:17 PM

Old member makin his way back
 
Howdy yall names Terry I have been a member for a while now had more posts lost them I guess. I have been cursed with a move to Georgia and just got back to posting again on my striper and catfish forums. At first the move wasnt all to bothersome as I have moved next to a premier landlocked striper fishery on Lake Lanier and had all the 10 to 20lbrs I could handle. Then the southern heat set in and being a bank fishing surf casting bum these fish were deeper than anything I was used to kind of reminds me of lead coring for trout at 110 feet in round valley NJ. Waters cooling down and fish are moving back into the creek arms again hopefully I shall have some pictures up soon :)

Rick Ackley 10-11-2007 05:52 AM

Welcome back jersey. Can't wait for the pics.

Raven 10-11-2007 05:56 AM

welcome back
 
i had seen on TV that all the lake levels were seriously low...

hows lake lanier doing on that score...

the south needs rain bad...

let us know about what methods your using
what bait and all that?

JohnR 10-11-2007 07:58 AM

JC - welcome back....

jerseycat9 10-11-2007 11:18 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Raven (Post 531211)
i had seen on TV that all the lake levels were seriously low...

hows lake lanier doing on that score...

the south needs rain bad...

let us know about what methods your using
what bait and all that?

Dangerously low 95% of all boat ramps are closed and those that arent are a disaster to launch from. Off shore humps are now large islands and fishing at night is playing roullette. They are begining discussions on regulating our indoor water use now in north Georgia.
But the temps dropped sharply the past two days and Im hoping these stripers put on the feed bag for the fall :think:

RickBomba 10-11-2007 04:12 PM

Good Luck...everybody I talk to down there thinks I'm crazy when I tell them I fish for stripers.
They likem largemouth down there.
Later,
Rick

Katie 10-11-2007 07:50 PM

Welcome back :kewl:


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