Nov 19th, 2017 – Percy Priest

Finally, the fish are in their fall patterns and feeding on a consistent schedule! With the water temperatures in the mid 50’s and the water level 3ft down, the fish are starting to feed for the winter! The bass have been biting consistently in 2ft-8ft on Alabama Rigs, chart/black rattle traps, topwater spooks, jigs, and swimbaits. We have been following the birds in search for bait and bigger fish underneath! Yesterday we took 1st place in the Two Rivers Ford Tournament with 15.53lbs and big fish with a 5.03lb largemouth!!!! The crappie have been biting fair to good on Crappie Magnets and live minnows up-lake. Both need to be fished around isolated wood in 6ft-12ft. Black and purple have been the best colors for us. Lastly, the HYBRID have been on fire. The morning has been good, the afternoon has been slower (unless it’s cloudy), and the later afternoon has been ON FIRE!!! Topwater lures and swimbaits have been tearing it up!!! If you want to know where and how we have been catching our fish sign up for my premium reports! Reports are updated every 3 days and form a private club. Read what lures I’m using and most importantly where I am fishing. You’ll also receive 30 brushpile coordinates and a $25 coupon to use on a future trip. Sign up today at www.briancarper.com/premium.html

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