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Old 07-07-18, 06:05 PM   #1
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If you skipped a chance to fish today, you really missed out. Joined three of my fishing buddies on the Hooch WMA and the on-again / off-again Hooch was definitely on today.

Several dozen fish between us in about 4 hours, mostly stocker and holdover bows in the 10-12" range. Couple of browns and four wild bows to boot.

Heavy (and I do mean HEAVY) rain set in about 1pm and we headed out; before we reached the car the river was raging with water. By the time we drove out it had calmed but was pretty muddy.
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Old 07-07-18, 09:27 PM   #2
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Sounds like a great day!

Deerhuntingdawg and I were victims of the same storm. We were just a few miles north, as the crow flies, and had water running down our crack for a good half hour! It had to have rained 2 inches??? But, the bite was on before AND after the storm.
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It was good to hear your perseverance in fishing through the weather was rewarded..Same for buckman and Deerhuntingdawg.
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