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Date 02-Jan-19
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Conditions : LAKE PLEASANT: Striper Bite Is Excellent. The Top Water bite is on early in the morning and ongoing into the afternoon and early evening. Cast or troll Paddle Tail Swimbaits for the shallower fish. Fishing suspended Jerk Baits has also proven effective on those fish closer to the surface. For bait fishing, use live shad, or cut Anchovies, fished on a modified Drop Shot Rig in 40 to 100 foot of water. Vertical jigging 1 ounce jigging Spoons in yellow and white and have also proven to be successful in the morning, mid day, and even in the late afternoon in 50 to 100ft. Flathead catfish are present throughout the lake but are more common in the Aqua Fria River arm or by the dam. Look for spots where the water is murkier with vegetation or rocky covering nearby. Try using catfish baits like chicken livers for smaller catfish. To catch a trophy size, try using live gizzard shad, sunfish or carp.

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