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Kentucky lake (help)

Postby Os2 Outdoors » Thu May 16, 2019 6:57 pm

Anybody have any insight to what the brime are doing. Been years since I've been an thought I might get some help from the guys that get after them.

Thanks in advance

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Re: Kentucky lake (help)

Postby Big Ben » Thu May 16, 2019 7:56 pm

They latest temp drop pull them off the beds according to my contact. May come back up with the warmer temps in the next few days. Kentucky end of the lake FWIW. My home lake dropped from near 77 deg to 65 in just a couple days with this latest cold snap..
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Re: Kentucky lake (help)

Postby KyRick » Thu May 16, 2019 9:41 pm

I got back yesterday from a week of KY Lake bream fishing. I have been going for the last 10-12 years. This was by far the worse trip I have ever had. We usually catch more in a day than we caught in a week. I am sure it was weather and temperature related. But it sucked nonetheless.
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Re: Kentucky lake (help)

Postby RUGER » Fri May 17, 2019 4:42 am

I can let you know how they are tomorrow.
Headed up to fish with Man and tophat in the morning.
Gonna hit the bass early then hit a few of our bream & shellcracker spots after it warms up a bit.
Pffft forget that, I'm going fishin'
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Re: Kentucky lake (help)

Postby TRIGGER » Fri May 17, 2019 5:29 am

RUGER wrote:I can let you know how they are tomorrow.
Headed up to fish with Man and tophat in the morning.
Gonna hit the bass early then hit a few of our bream & shellcracker spots after it warms up a bit.


What part of the lake?
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Re: Kentucky lake (help)

Postby RUGER » Fri May 17, 2019 5:44 am

TRIGGER wrote:
RUGER wrote:I can let you know how they are tomorrow.
Headed up to fish with Man and tophat in the morning.
Gonna hit the bass early then hit a few of our bream & shellcracker spots after it warms up a bit.


What part of the lake?


I think we are going to start just North of Piney Campground.
Probably put in at Paris Landing.
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Re: Kentucky lake (help)

Postby BuckWild » Fri May 17, 2019 6:08 am

I'm on the south end of the lake at Birdsong Creek.

You will probably have better luck hunting Unicorns right now.

Fishing in general has been super slow this year.
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Re: Kentucky lake (help)

Postby Os2 Outdoors » Fri May 17, 2019 8:34 am

RUGER wrote:I can let you know how they are tomorrow.
Headed up to fish with Man and tophat in the morning.
Gonna hit the bass early then hit a few of our bream & shellcracker spots after it warms up a bit.
I'm headed that way now. Gonna put in at Paris an head south. Little in big sandy then down near Danville.

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Re: Kentucky lake (help)

Postby Os2 Outdoors » Fri May 17, 2019 9:26 pm

Os2 Outdoors wrote:
RUGER wrote:I can let you know how they are tomorrow.
Headed up to fish with Man and tophat in the morning.
Gonna hit the bass early then hit a few of our bream & shellcracker spots after it warms up a bit.
I'm headed that way now. Gonna put in at Paris an head south. Little in big sandy then down near Danville.

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Re: Kentucky lake (help)

Postby RUGER » Sat May 18, 2019 3:15 am

Trip was canceled
Man and I will be at the 1,000 acre lake at daylight


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