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Old 01-12-2004, 04:13 PM   #1
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Talking Fish Attracting Device Photos

OLD BATEMAN"S Beautiful sunset photos inspired me to post a few of my own.
This is a link to a "HILLTECH FAD", note spelling, yep, i'm reachin' with thatun' !
http://www.geocities.com/ninedaysina...?1073944894120
The best fish shelter is in the background, Hydrilla, some call it moss. It grows five feet tall in places, and provides good shelter for bait fish, which naturally attracts the bigger ones.
The Hydrilla is on the surface because of the lake drawdown, it extends down to the botton at about 4 feet, this time of the year.
During the full moon, panfish spawn on the shore side of the hydrilla. Later the larger game fish are ripping around feeding on them. It is a good time to teach kids how to pole spear and something about how fish detect predatory behavior.
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Old 01-12-2004, 05:08 PM   #2
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Man, I wish we could see in the Tn. river where I live. I know there are tons of trophies underwater, but you can only go by feel down there.
The mussel divers do it all by feel around here.
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