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#3336794 - 08/26/13 04:17 PM Nashville panfish
Jake47
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Registered: 07/30/13
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Hey all!

Finally got the boat moved down here this weekend and am looking to fish a couple nights next week. I know most people don't panfish this time of year but if there are any if you out there that may have some tips on where to go (not specific spots) and what types of structure to look for, it sure would be appreciated!

Thanks!

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#3337970 - 08/27/13 01:40 PM Re: Nashville panfish [Re: Jake47]
Crosshairy
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I usually just park a couple doors down from Ruger's house and then follow him whenever he goes somewhere with the boat.

Don't wear the TNDEER hats or visors, and he'll never know it was you. \:\)
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#3338120 - 08/27/13 03:40 PM Re: Nashville panfish [Re: Crosshairy]
Jake47
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Do you have a street address that I can look to find him at? Lol
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#3338166 - 08/27/13 04:13 PM Re: Nashville panfish [Re: Jake47]
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Bambi Killa
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LOL ya'll ain't right. \:D

I haven't been in a couple weeks but I have good luck with the same stuff that works in the early spring and bedding time, just not in such concentrated numbers.

Beat the bank with crickets, under pretty much any type of limb that is hanging close to the water.
Red worms for shellcrackers, some on the bank and probably more in deeper water. Bumped off the bottom.
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#3344958 - 09/02/13 06:20 PM Re: Nashville panfish [Re: RUGER]
DBLAARCHERY
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 Originally Posted By: RUGER
LOL ya'll ain't right. \:D

I haven't been in a couple weeks but I have good luck with the same stuff that works in the early spring and bedding time, just not in such concentrated numbers.

Beat the bank with crickets, under pretty much any type of limb that is hanging close to the water.
Red worms for shellcrackers, some on the bank and probably more in deeper water. Bumped off the bottom.
I may have some hand made poppers for your light weight set up...My grandfather use to make lures...I came across a bunch the other day...
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#3345342 - 09/03/13 06:41 AM Re: Nashville panfish [Re: DBLAARCHERY]
Headhunter
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On priest this time of year, under the boat docks is a good place for bluegill and you can catch some nice ones.
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