good fishing, we went out on the
boat on hutchins lake with pop at
7:00 am and stayed out until 12:00. phew!hot day caught a lot of small fish like bluegill,sunfish, and perch mixed in with some bass.kept a few of them .some days are better than others and that one was good!it was very fogy when we got out there,so fogy that we could hardly see a few feet ahead of us.the fog mostly cleared up by 9:30 am.and we got to fishing our favorite spots for bluegill,pumpkinseed sunfish,and large mouth bass.
the bass were mostly subtle in they're biting and i prefer to release them,but when you've set the hook ,fish on!
the bluegill and sunfish are small and a few big ones in between they will tend to be found near shallow parts of the lake and weed edges.all you don't want to do is get
the trolling motor get caught up in the weeds so you will
have to row back to the boat launch.as i mentioned in my previous trip hutchins lake 2 it's a very weedy place but worth it when you get there.anyway we were chasing some big bass with minnows out on our 16 foot boat and caught pretty many,in fact we had probably never caught
that many lmbs before in one trip.as for the bluegills the
big ones came in between smaller ones witch we threw
back also a lot of cleaning work and good eating
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