Creek Fishing Smallmouth Bass — VLOG #8

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Another adventurous day out on the creek. Though the sizable fish weren’t eating in the pools it was still great to land a few creek smallies before dusk. While most my catches where small they still retain their beauty and are in my opinion always worth while. Check below for some more info!

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Weather Conditions:
Precipitation: None
Sky: Partly cloudy
Air Temperature: 76-80oF
Wind: 0mph
Time: 2pm-7pm EST

Water Conditions:
Average Depth: 5in-4ft
Vegetation: None
Cover: Laydowns, Stumps, roots, timber
Bottom content: Soft mud bottom, sand, & gravel
Water Clarity: 1ft-2ft
Est. Water Temperature: 68oF

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Technique:
Rig: Weighted wacky worm (Neko style)
Lure: 4.25in Bass Pro Shop Stick-O
Color: Green pumpkin violet
Weight: Zinc carpenters nail
Hook: Size 2 Gamakatsu Octopus Hook
Line: 8lb Sunline Assassin Fluorocarbon
Rod: Powell Inferno 7’ Med. Light
Reel: Daiwa Legalis 2500 Spinning Reel

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