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Date 21-Jul-15
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Conditions : LAKE PLEASANT: (Lake elevation 1,681 feet, 77 %)

Threadfin are continuing to boil at the surface off-and-on and there could be an all-day topwater bite, but you might have to go searching to find the active fish at the surface. Look for bird activity, such as greal blue herons or seagulls. Binoculars can help you spot boils.

The anchovy bite for stripers can be decent, but it's still a good fall back if you can't find surface boils.

With a quarter moon this week and new moon next week, this is a good time to fish at night under submersible lights for both striped bass and largemouth bass.

Nighttime fishing for catfish, especially from shore, should be good. This is prime catfish time. Try stinkbaits such as chicken liver. Corn can also work for both catfish and carp. Frozen anchovies fished on the bottom are another good choice -- you might even catch a striped bass.

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