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About richs

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  1. Started early on pics. This one was better fed.
  2. Anything with a single hook. Hard enough to get a handle on them without a faceful of hooks. Here’s one from a few weeks ago. Sunfish swim bait. This guy could use a couple solid meals. I’d also add that, like perch, big pics prefer cool water. If you are getting hammer handles, go deeper.
  3. Not to mention the driftwood that sweeps down that shoreline.
  4. Spinnerbaits are in the regular rotation. Good for covering lots of water.
  5. Definitely fishable and good choice when sand eels or spearing are about.
  6. Congrats! What're your thoughts on cold water (next 30 days locally) being a good time to target big fish?
  7. you guys go some giants. that 18 looks like a tuna.
  8. I much prefer night. Less people, fish feel bigger. A more visceral experience. I started fishing nights because its when I could go. Now that I have more free time, I'll fish freshwater if I can get away in the daylight. Just don't like wading alone for safety reasons. I fish in boots more and more and waders less.
  9. I like a 4/0+ rhody flat wing. Can get a good size baitfish imitation that remains castable.
  10. I've always wanted to bucktail the rocks at the little red lighthouse.
  11. I'm good, thanks. Just need to one.