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NPD here one day gone the next,
« on: March 03, 2015, 07:55:12 PM »
Had a good session last Saturday with 55 bass between the two of us in around 2 hour session,
I went back today hoping for another session and only managed 3 bass with the biggest only 32,5cm,in a 6 hour session.
The lungies seem to have moved into the boating area with the rise in water level maybe it is breeding season.
Normally only see a couple but they were everywhere today.
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Re: NPD here one day gone the next,
« Reply #1 on: March 03, 2015, 09:07:08 PM »
From my experiences, I firmly believe that sitting on numbers of bass pinning alot of them is a great way to break up the school &/or put them into sulk mode. Maybe they got sick of all those shrimp in their face...?? Who knows...........

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Re: NPD here one day gone the next,
« Reply #2 on: April 03, 2015, 07:12:39 AM »
Ray, lungy breeding season is from about August through to October when the come into the shallow weed beds to lay eggs. They may have been on the hunt for fresh food flooded by the rise. Probably a lot of worms and things coming out of the ground after the rise. David

 

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