Re: 2019 Odell Reports
Jumpers were sporadic. They were mostly active in the late evening. The guy I was fishing with lives, eats and breathes jumpers, so we chased them whenever we could. I'd say most of our fish were caught on the bottom due to the wind. But we must have caught at least fifty casting to jumpers when it was calm enough to cast. We didn't keep a good count.
We didn't really see anyone casting like we were. We got a few "point-and-stare" moments and a few chuckles from the herd when we got tired of jigging and started going for surface fish, but the laughs stopped when we hauled fish in.
We didn't see any point in continuing to jig on the bottom when the bite stopped. If something wasn't working, we did something else.
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