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Webster Lake MAFF finals 10/16/11 Details
Name:Webster Lake MAFF finals 10/16/11
Created By:bangbang
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Details:First of all I would like to thank Smoke and Johnny for putting all of these tourneys together. We truly appreciate all the work both of you did to make sure all of the events went smoothly. This was Damon and my first year fishing this trail and we had an absolute blast. We will definitely see all of you next year.

Congrats to the Angry Landlords and Bigmouths for getting into the money in the final.

The water temp at Webster was 60-62 degrees depending on where you were and how bad the wind was. With knowing what the water temp was I knew we had to start off deep. Our plan was to fish humps with cranks, dropshot, or carolina rigs. Right off the bat we went all the way north to fish 2 humps that go from 25ft to 8ft. We both started off with 22ft diving crankbaits on 10lb flouro ripping the baits through the weeds. 3rd cast in we get our fist fish which was a 2.9lb smallie. A few casts later we got a 2lb largemouth and about 10 minutes later we got another 1.5lb largemouth. All fish hit the cranks as soon as we ripped the baits out of the weeds. Another boat from the other tourney pushed right onto our spot after watching us catch fish. After not getting any bite for 20-30 minutes we left to find some similar humps. If we pulled up on a hump and we did not pull up any grass/weeds we immediately moved to the next hump. We caught our 4th fish around 8:45am on a long extended point in 9ft of water. The fish was caught on a drop shot 4" zoom fluke (baby bass). We fished the rest of the point without another hit or even any sign of life, so we went back to our first spot. A few cast in BAMMM GET THE NET. 4lb pickerel guhhhh. That was the first of 3 large pickerel, great fights wrong fish. We rounded out our limit around 10am in 12 ft of water on a submerged point. The lure was a KVD 3.5 chart/black back. After we finished our drift, I wanted to try out a couple of my deep smallie spots. We trolled around looking for bait on the graph and found a rock in 35ft of water next to a steep drop off with 2 fish on it. I dropped down my lure and watched one of the fish move over to my line. Without feeling a hit or tension I set the hook, FISH ON. The fish was big enough to cull out our 14oz largemouth, but not by much. That was it for the rest of the day. Not another sniff.

Damon and I are completely lost now, we always a had a tourney to look forward too. Can't wait for next spring!
Location:Webster Lake
Trip Date:10/16/2011
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Last review was on 10/17/11 10:54 PM by chuckh

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