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Sunday, October 7, 2007
I fished at Rock Creek for about an hour and a half for Largemouth Bass.  Landed 9 of them.  The largest were a 16 inch and a 15 inch bass.  The others were under 10 inches.   The weather was cool and there was a north breeze.  I used a spinner bait fishing the banks.
Saturday, October 13, 2007
Fished at a local sand pit today for about a half hour in the kayak.  It was overcast with some drizzle.  Very cool today.  Water was mostly calm.  I used a spinnerbait and got a 16 inch very healthy looking Largemouth Bass.
Saturday, October 19, 2007
Fished at Rock Creek today.  Yesterday, 50 MPH Winds from north and cold but today 75 degrees with slight breeze from north and sunny.  Incredible weather!  Caught 35 fish in a couple hours using Spinner Baits and small 1" Food Source Meal Worm on a 1/64 oz. jig.  Caught several Bluegill and Perch,  Also, 5 Rainbow trout with two of them at 14 inches.  Caught 3 nice Largemouth Bass at 15, 14, and 13 inches.  Also, a nice Rock Bass.  Water was calm at Sunset with a lot of surface activity. 

Beautiful Sunset at Rock Creek 10-19-07

Saturday, October 20, 2007
This was one of the most beautiful days of the year!  Temp around 78-81 degrees by middle of day.  Calm conditions most of morning with some slight breeze out of the south parts of the day.  Sunshine with a few high clouds.  We hosted the Neider/Hauser family today from Kansas.  Fred, Ed, LInda, Darla, Nick, and Jared. They had a lot of fun paddling kayaks and catching Perch, Bluegill, Largemouth Bass, and Crappie.    The water was very clear today.  We have a new "Kayak King" today.  Fred Hauser, 88 is our eldest kayaker to date.  He had a lot of fun and fished as well.  The fishing was pretty good in the AM but cooled down in the afternoon as we are expecting another storm system tonight.  We used 1/64 oz. jigs tipped with 1" Food Source meal worms and Spinner Baits.   Nick had a nice Bass on for awhile.  We did land a nice 15 inch Largemouth in the afternoon. 

Linda getting ready to launch.

Fred enjoying Rock Creek.

Darla and Linda paddling through a channel.

Nick in our new Cobra Marauder Kayak

Jared patiently awaits a bite.

Kayakjak with a 15 inch Bass

Friday, October 26, 2007
Fished at Rock Creek for about an hour and a half this evening.  It was sunny with a brisk north wind 10-20 mph.  A bit chilly at times.  Water fairly clear.  The Crappie and Bluegill were really biting.  I caught 32 total fish including Rainbow Trout, Crappie, Bluegill, Red Ear, and a couple Perch.  The Crappie are now 9-10 inches.  I got one trout that was 13 inches.   I used a Panther Martin spinner and a 1/64 oz. jig tipped with a 1" Food Source Meal Worm.  I was the only person at the lake today.  No other fishermen present.

Saturday, October 27, 2007
I met John and Mike from Lincoln, NE for an afternoon of fishing at Rock Creek today.  The temp was around 50 degrees with slight breeze from south and overcast sky.  It seemed much cooler.   Water was not as clear today.  We caught numerous Crappie, Bluegill, Perch, Rainbow Trout, and a couple nice 18 inch Largemouth Bass.  The fish were very active early afternoon and then it dropped off for about an hour.  After that time we really got into the Rainbow Trout in 3-4 foot of water.   We used Panther Martin Spinners, Spinner Baits, and 1/64 oz jigs with yellow twister tails and 1" Food Source Meal Worms.

John with an 18" Largemouth

Mike with a stringer of Crappie

Kayakjak with 18 inch Largemouth

Tuesday, October 30, 2007
Fished at Rock Creek this evening.  Water was like glass before a front moved in at 5:30 PM.  The weather was just gorgeous!   I targeted Largemouth for the first 45 minutes and got a nice 15 incher in deeper water with a spinner bait.  Then I went after trout and panfish.  Caught numerous Perch, Crappie, Trout, and Bluegill
in 4-5 foot of water using small jigs and spinners.  The north wind picked up and the fishing died down toward sunset.

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