Dunlap 12/11

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  1. Timberlake

    Timberlake Well-Known Member

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    Fished Dunlap yesterday morning from 6:30-12:30, pretty rough to say the least. Water temps ranged from 67-62 from what I saw, and the water has cleared up from this last flood a few days back. Still some floating debris (grass ,bark, cypress needles, garbage), but I didn't see anything that would hurt a hull or lower unit

    Fished all of my favorite spots as there wasn't much traffic on the lake, and the action was slow with looooong gaps between bites . Cranked, flipped, threw a senko, dropshot, swimbait, spinnerbait, jig, beaver --nothing seemed to be the ticket.

    Fished rocks, docks, dropoffs, sunken lawn chairs, retaining walls, brush piles you name it. Ended up w probably 12 fish, and only 4 keepers for about ten pounds. Not sure what has happened to old Dunny, but she is a shell of her former self. Hope the next cold front gets these fish in gear.
     
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    Lmao! The internet has killed plenty of places, but I'm chalking this ones death up to the big flood last November. Hasn't been the same since.
     
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    Go pro and practice heroes also didn't help it by stuffing them all in the livewell, so they could get that non tournament best 5 glamour shot at the boat ramp.
     
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