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Old 04-05-2011, 06:50 AM   #1
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My family is planning a trip over to PH this spring and I want to stay away from the "post spawn" period. Do any of you guys have an idea when they spawn in that pond?

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Old 04-05-2011, 08:37 AM   #2
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that lake is very late with it's spawn due to it's harsh winters. June is the absolute money time, me and my friend go every year at the end of school, some of the largest and most aggressive largemouths up there. Just call the shop on the water and ask where the water level is at and if they're catching them yet.
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that lake is very late with it's spawn due to it's harsh winters. June is the absolute money time, me and my friend go every year at the end of school, some of the largest and most aggressive largemouths up there. Just call the shop on the water and ask where the water level is at and if they're catching them yet.

That settles it, we will go over the 6/11 weekend.
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That settles it, we will go over the 6/11 weekend.
GO FOR IT! THE FISH ARE HUGE also take advantage of fishing all the docks in the morning for topwater, then when then sun comes up throw in weightless plastics up under and on the corner.
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GO FOR IT! THE FISH ARE HUGE also take advantage of fishing all the docks in the morning for topwater, then when then sun comes up throw in weightless plastics up under and on the corner.

Are they really huge or are you pullin' my plonker.? Everything I have heard is mostly small fish with a few 2-4's thrown in.
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Fished Pine Hollow many times......they go to 6 lbs. or better. Easy to catch the small ones....but kgod is giving you good advice. I have also done well fishing deep with plastics near the dam. The fish are very late spawners. You might want to take a drive to Rock Creek Reservoir while you're at it. Nice bass there.....done really well twitching floating rapala's at sunrise near the stumps on the NE end of the lake.
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Fished Pine Hollow many times......they go to 6 lbs. or better. Easy to catch the small ones....but kgod is giving you good advice. I have also done well fishing deep with plastics near the dam. The fish are very late spawners. You might want to take a drive to Rock Creek Reservoir while you're at it. Nice bass there.....done really well twitching floating rapala's at sunrise near the stumps on the NE end of the lake.
When's the last time you've been? I heard it dried up pretty bad recently
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Was up there a week ago water was cold and it was windy No bass so caught a few trout went home.
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