Fishing Report by Captain Ron Rusch

Smallmouth Bass near Shades Beach on Mothers Day 05/8/2005

The morning was calm to an occasional light breeze from the southwest. We started to fish just east of Shades Beach with a water temperature of 46 degrees. Within minuets we had fish on!

The wind died but the current of the lake was enough to drift along the rocky ledge of 15 to 25 feet. Action was fast!

The gals were putting it to the guys!

Fish were dancing on the water today and of great size. Many doubles were caught and a few triples kept the excitement bubbling and the competition on.

We caught all good size smallies on golden shiners drifted with rod in hand. We also stayed in the same area all day with constant action. Few boats out this

By mid day the guys had been catching up to the gals count. The gals were near 20 fish each by now and finish the count just on top. Three 20 inch fish hand been battled to the boat and released for others to enjoy. Few boats out this Mothers Day as it truely was Mothers Day

Fun day and great company!!!!!!

Source: Captain Ron Rusch May 13, 2005

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