|Details:||On the water by 8:30. cloudy, 2-3mph out of the Southwest, air temps 33, water temps 47-49.
Started in the connector between the lakes and worked our way into pickerel cove, across the mouth of the cove. Then up to the first island and 7' flat northeast of the connector. I caught a two pound Larry on a white w/gizzard 3/8oz spinner, silver willow, gold colorado. A bit later same area I got a decent size pickerel up to the boat before he shook it loose. We moved further north to the point past the flat. My buddy caught a 2.5 Larry in approx 15' with a 3/8 white spinner. In the Northeast side of Wakeby. To the south side of the island I hooked into 3-3.5 Larry in around 13' got him up to the side of the boat but lost him trying to get him in the boat, again on a white spinner. All caught during a slow roll bouncing on the bottom.
Fishing was slow for sure but air temps were comfortable and it was great to be out there in late November. In addition to the spinner I was tossing a c-rigged lizard, some jerk baits and curly tail grubs. We fished water depths from 4' - 40'.
Off the water around 2:00 with air temps around 50.