I was fairly busy this morning with work around the house and office. But the day was too nice to let slip by so I convinced Jenn to come for a canoe ride with me while I fished. It was a replay of the outing before with two bass about this size (17 inches) and one more in the 15 inch range. I also caught the world's smallest smallmouth to round things off. It was the size of a small Rapala.
Not bad for less than an hour of fishing time.
Again, they were taking black beadhead woolly buggers fished deep down the slope of a drop off. I'll be out again tomorrow morning to catch that early morning bite. I'm loving this late summer fishing.
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