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    Re: Lake Amador: 1/25/20 Trying so new stuff out!!!

    Thanks for sharing Robbie. Camanche, Tullock, and Melones are super slow. Hope things change up soon. Again Thanks For Sharing :)

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    Re: Lake Amador: 1/25/20 Trying so new stuff out!!!

    Nice trouts.

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    Re: Lake Amador: 1/25/20 Trying so new stuff out!!!

    Good job Robie. That was me in the kayak. Yes I was way to packed but that's the way I it goes on Saturdays.

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    Re: Lake Amador: 1/25/20 Trying so new stuff out!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Stickman View Post
    Hey Robbie, thanks for the report. When you say you ran grubs was that just the grub on the end of the line, or are you running some hardware ahead of the grub, as an attracter?
    Some of his past posts can give you a clue. He knows his stuff on a bunch of lakes that he has access to....Jetspray


    BTW Robbie good work getting through the mob.....
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    Re: Lake Amador: 1/25/20 Trying so new stuff out!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Koke Machine83 View Post
    Launched at 7:00am and started my troll, right out of the launch ramp. First pass, fish on!!! Second pass, fish on. Then i looked up to see a parade of Boats. 30+ boats and Kayaks. Trolled the morning lures with Grubs. (3) Fish. Then switch over to Speedy Shiners (1). Then tried some Rapalas and Kastmasters. So I tried a lot of different stuff. I know if i would've stayed with the Grubs, i could've been done Early. 2 fish in the Main Lake and 2 fish in the Jackson Creek Arm. Top 7' . So i did see quite a few fish caught by trollers as well as some Bankies. I think for $24 (Truck-Boat-Permit) was a great value for an Awesome day of Fishing. Good Luck to everyone and Hoping for a Awesome 2020!!! Robbie (Koke Machine)...
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    Hey Robbie, thanks for the report. When you say you ran grubs was that just the grub on the end of the line, or are you running some hardware ahead of the grub, as an attracter?

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    Lake Amador: 1/25/20 Trying so new stuff out!!!

    Launched at 7:00am and started my troll, right out of the launch ramp. First pass, fish on!!! Second pass, fish on. Then i looked up to see a parade of Boats. 30+ boats and Kayaks. Trolled the morning lures with Grubs. (3) Fish. Then switch over to Speedy Shiners (1). Then tried some Rapalas and Kastmasters. So I tried a lot of different stuff. I know if i would've stayed with the Grubs, i could've been done Early. 2 fish in the Main Lake and 2 fish in the Jackson Creek Arm. Top 7' . So i did see quite a few fish caught by trollers as well as some Bankies. I think for $24 (Truck-Boat-Permit) was a great value for an Awesome day of Fishing. Good Luck to everyone and Hoping for a Awesome 2020!!! Robbie (Koke Machine)...
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