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Thread: 6/9 Esox Hunt

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    Default 6/9 Esox Hunt

    We put together a strong effort on Sunday but the crazy cold front was too much for us. We did not see any signs of life for the first 5 hours of the trip so we decided to cut our losses and go home at noon. We downsized our lures from the get-go but it did not matter.

    I do not ever remember wearing 2 sweatshirts in June like we did yesterday. It looks like summer returns later this week!


    Good luck and stay tuned!
    Allegheny Guide Service
    Red Childress

    E-mail - RedChildress@gmail.com
    Web Site: http://www.alleghenyguideservice.com

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    It also appears to be another rough year of algae growing on the river bottom with several “chunks” of it already tearing away and floating downstream. We had to make sure our lures did not touch the bottom. This used to happen during late-summer/early-Fall but with very little snow pack again this Spring, sunlight penetration is more intense in the low, clear water.
    Allegheny Guide Service
    Red Childress

    E-mail - RedChildress@gmail.com
    Web Site: http://www.alleghenyguideservice.com

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