Had a really good trip last Friday with Trey. He brought a couple of the in-laws along with him. We got bait caught and looked a few places with no luck. As the evening went on the wind started to die down a little and we got on Some good fish. We ended up with 9 stripers and 2 blues. We caught all fish on live bait and man did they ever double the rods up when they hit. We broke a few off and we missed our share also. Super great day on the water with really good fisherman. Go to my face book and see more pictures from this trip.
I had a trip to Skiatook Lake this morning with Lee Ringer, his son and dad. We set out around 6 am and got set up on some scattered fish. The bite was really slow and we were pecking away at them one at a time. I made a switch and we went looking for a better bite with out no luck. It was a great day to be on the with good company. We ended the day with 10 fish with a lot of hopes of finding the jack pot. Here is a picture of Lee s son with the catch.
What a great day on Keystone Lake striper fishing. Mike Gottsch had some old high school bubbies come down from Nebraska to catch up on old times and do a little fishing. We met up at the boat ramp, loaded up and we were off. We tried here and there and we finally zeroed in on them. We started putting a few in the boat and we lost our share due to some breaking off and some just coming off. At the end of the day we put 8 stripers in the boat along with 3 blues. The biggest striper weighed in at 13 lbs. and most of the others went from 5 to 8 lbs. Great day, great. group.
I had a fun trip out with Knox Fail and his dad Blake. We had a evening trip and a 4 pm start. We tried a couple a places and really didn't have much luck. I decided to try a spot that has been fairly good in the evenings and when I went over it, the locator lit up. We got set up on them and Knox and his dad started wacking them. There where many times that they had doubles on. I must say that Knox did out fish his dad by a few fish. It did not take Knox long to figure out how it was done and then there was no catching up. This was a great father and son trip and some really good people. I think we ended up with 21 hybrids ( wipers ) for the day with the biggest at 3.5 lbs.
Butch Cross and myself made a early morning trip to Keystone last Saturday looking for some stripers. We made a mad dash to were I have been catching them and it wasn't to long before it was game on. The first fish came over the side of the boat and went right around 8 lbs. Between Butch and I we caught 10 stripers and 1 really nice hybrid. The stripers went any where from 6 to 9 lbs. The hybrid weighed in at around 10 lbs. All of these fish where caught with live bait and they buried the rods in the water went they hit. This bite wont last forever. As long as they are releasing water the bite will continue.