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Old 03-31-2014, 02:31 PM   #1
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Anybody ever fish Woahink?

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Old 03-31-2014, 04:02 PM   #2
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Been a long time.....a few largemouth, but with good size. Nice perch. About 10 years ago some smallies were put in. I don't know if they took hold or not
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Anybody ever fish Woahink?
Yes. There are some beautiful native cutts, large mouth and keeper size perch. I've never fished for the bass. As I understand it they are not easy because of the extremely clear water. The cutts can be had by trolling. The perch are easy....IF you can find them. If you don't have an intimate relationship with your depth finder you'll be shooting in the dark. ( Just realized, "Diamond Lake Charlie" may indicate you have that relationship with your depth finder) The lake is around 75' deep at it's deepest. During September we find perch in the 45'-55' depth.

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Old 04-03-2014, 08:39 PM   #4
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I am lost,,,what relationship is that.
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I am lost,,,what relationship is that.
Well Charlie.....Some people use there Lowrance as nothing more than a "Depth Finder", if your going to fish Woahink and get perch your going to use your "Fish finder".

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Thank you, I understand what you are saying, I do get a little dense at times. My actual interest is in Crappie however I am not adverse to what ever hits the hook. When you are out it the ocean n the fog sets in and your gps goes on the fritz a depth finder even makes a good but crude compass.
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Thank you, I understand what you are saying, I do get a little dense at times. My actual interest is in Crappie however I am not adverse to what ever hits the hook. When you are out it the ocean n the fog sets in and your gps goes on the fritz a depth finder even makes a good but crude compass.
An inexpensive handheld compass makes for an even better compass than a depth finder ...

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So would a magnetized needle in a bowl of water.
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So would a magnetized needle in a bowl of water.
Unless you don't have a "Cork"?
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