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Upcoming Events / Re: July 2018 Meeting - Lake Mary
« on: July 17, 2018, 07:39 AM »
Heck they had flooding in Flagstaff yesterday they have been getting torrential rains up there the last week, should be nice and cool and wet.

That is sad, I know Piscolli tried to wade through the BS on minimum pools talking to all sorts of people and never got a straight answer several years ago. The tribe has been suing everyone up stream at no cost to them to get more water but they would rather sell it to the farms down stream than keep a decent pool in the lake for recreation. Amazing thing there is CAP water that can be tapped and used down stream near Florence and leave a pool of safe water in the lake. Need to find an endangered species in the lake and then have the US fish and wildlife service come in and set up some rules.

Roosevelt / Re: Roosevelt 7/7
« on: July 08, 2018, 05:43 PM »
thanks for the report, I wish my old body would let me do a night fishing adventure but I feel like crap after those anymore

General Discussion / Re: Hey New Guys
« on: July 05, 2018, 06:24 PM »
There are crappie in several of the southern lakes down near you guys (ck out the game and fish website) Patagonia and other lakes down there. Carlos is a mud hole but you might do well at night at Roosevelt, good place to start is the tires near the marina (just beware those monsoon storms can roll into Roosevelt very fast and make it an ugly lake.

Pleasant / Re: Plez 6/16
« on: June 23, 2018, 06:37 AM »
55' of water to the bottom (one of the few areas with out trees in the river)

Pleasant / Re: Plez 6/16
« on: June 22, 2018, 03:06 PM »
I think the deepest I have caught a crappie on a spoon at pleasant was 55' and it was near the bottom and it's air bladder was in its mouth have had that happen several times.

Pleasant / Re: Plez 6/16
« on: June 21, 2018, 04:42 PM »
saw two little 1 1/2" white crappie floating dead Wednesday after the stripers had come through destroying what I thought were all shad :dontknow: catch nice size in the spring both black and white but after that I am chasing stripers so I don't work at the crappie fishing. Occasionally catch nice size ones on spoons during the summer it is amazing how deep the bigger crappie hide to avoid the stripers have caught several where the air bladder is in their mouth almost like lg. mouths at times.

Pleasant / Re: Plez 5/16
« on: June 19, 2018, 05:29 AM »
Cool, I didn't realize how much the lake was down

Pleasant / Re: Plez 5/16
« on: June 17, 2018, 06:17 PM »
Nice, had to be a fantastic night out as cool as it was during the day with no wind. I need to try casting a jig around in the area except the dang big stripers have been going crazy on surface. Thanks for the report

I plan to attend, let them blow smoke up my back side




The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District, Operations Division, will be hosting public scoping meetings in Lake Havasu and Phoenix to obtain public input on updating to the Alamo Dam Water Control Plan.  The Water Control Plan is the Corps guiding document on how water is held and released from Alamo Lake.

 Phoenix Scoping Meeting

                                                            Date: June 14

                                      Time: 4:00pm 7:30pm

                                   Cesar Chavez Library

                                                 3635 W. Baseline Rd.

                                          Phoenix, AZ 85339

Alamo / Re: 06-08-18
« on: June 10, 2018, 09:03 PM »
Remember they have those nice a/c cabins there for like $60 per day so you could fish till you drop then go crash in a nice cool place and then head home

thanks for the report

General Discussion / Re: Night Fishing Lights
« on: June 05, 2018, 05:51 PM »
I had heard there are a lot of issues with those

I know cheap lights like at some discount stores are a problem good quality lights last a long time and should not be a problem. I don't night fish anymore but used to use the two florescent lights suspended down connected with quick connects to the trolling battery (not the starting battery).

General Discussion / Re: Night Fishing Lights
« on: June 03, 2018, 05:06 PM »
I have not seen installed night lights on a boat "below the water line?" but have seen a lot of boats now that fish at night at pleasant with large strings of installed LED lights in both white and light green just under the top gunnel of the boat wrapped around on both sides of the boat, it is something to see when you are driving down the lake looks like they put in a new marina plus the LED pull so little amps

with the heat coming on a lot of people are switching to night fishing under lights, Bartlett and Roosevelt are both good choices for night fishing and no crowds

Bartlett / Re: 05/25/2018
« on: June 02, 2018, 04:43 PM »
I got there around 10ish. We shot right to the rock wall near the flats and fished between there and the river the whole day. I don't know how much ill be at Bartlett this year,  but if I get out again ill let you know. I'm hoping to hit Alamo next weekend. I've never been, so expectations arnt to high.

probably have Alamo all to yourself especially during the day just remember it is normally hotter there than it is in valley and there ain't much out that way other than the lake and store.

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