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Lox Road Ramps
« on: July 23, 2017, 01:34:04 PM »

Lox Road Ramps
Sunday 7/23/17
6:30-11:00
Cloudy
Light Wind
W/T 86*

Went to Lox early, hoping for an early bite.  Started with a frog and creature bait.  Had a follower early but it turned off.  Had a couple of light tugs on a u-vibe, but I don't think they were bass.  We drifted about a mile picking up one lone bass in the 1.5 range.  At the first cut I went into the canal and immediately caught a nice one deep in the canal.  I thought I might be on to something, but it was just a lucky bite.  No further action occurred, so we were out of there!!!!!!   Most of the other boats ran west and fished the Islands.  Water is still high.  The flood gates were all closed.  After loading the boat I noticed they were releasing some water east.  With over 50 trips to Lox, today was the toughest so far.  That's fishing for you, someday's your the windshield, and someday's your the bug! ~roflmao





« Last Edit: July 23, 2017, 01:38:59 PM by big g »
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Re: Lox Road Ramps
« Reply #1 on: July 23, 2017, 01:54:24 PM »

Thank you for the report George, you and LMG probably launched at the same time from the same ramps.  He had a tough outing as well. Sounds like it was just one of those days.
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Re: Lox Road Ramps
« Reply #2 on: July 23, 2017, 05:08:34 PM »

Thank you for the report George, you and LMG probably launched at the same time from the same ramps.  He had a tough outing as well. Sounds like it was just one of those days.
I bet Matt was the in the boat behind us chewing up the weeds. Really a rough outing. We threw everything imaginable but didn't feel quite as bad since almost every boat we talked to seemed to have the same luck as us. Thanks George. We'll slay them next time.
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Re: Lox Road Ramps
« Reply #3 on: July 23, 2017, 07:04:59 PM »

You can't really miss LMG. He usually is dressed like a fishing ninja, in his mudpuppy vhull utility boat.

Thanks for the report George.

For Lou and I last time on Lox we didn't really start catching bass consistently till later on. In fact I think the biggest ones came at the hottest time of the day. These fish just can't make up their darn minds lol.

LMG probably fished in the vegetation opposite the spoil bank so if everyone had a rough outing, they just weren't biting.
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Re: Lox Road Ramps
« Reply #4 on: July 23, 2017, 07:46:08 PM »

Rick, one thing I learned a long time ago is you can't count on any two days to be the same.  Everyday is different, that's what makes fishing so dam interesting.  A lot of people did not figure it out today.  The amazing thing is someone always finds a way!!!!!  Lol ~bb
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Re: Lox Road Ramps
« Reply #5 on: July 24, 2017, 10:05:08 PM »

Rick, one thing I learned a long time ago is you can't count on any two days to be the same.  Everyday is different, that's what makes fishing so dam interesting.  A lot of people did not figure it out today.  The amazing thing is someone always finds a way!!!!!  Lol ~bb
That's very true!
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