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Mustangs Take Down McNicholas 2-0 On Sunday in Reds Futures Showcase,
Jacob Steffen - MVP
Schabell Boys Dodge The Raindrops, Score 26 Bass Overall, Including
Four Keepers, and an 18 Inch Smallmouth on Monday
   Following a wash-out on Sunday (pic at left), when we didn't
make a cast, we were hard at it on Monday, where there was
rain predicted throughout the day.  We hit the lake by 8:30am
and fished straight through until 7:30pm when the predicted
rains finally arrived.
  This was by far the best day of the trip, and being selfish, I am
wishing it was Day One, Week One, instead of Week Three, Day
One of Four.
  Between my brother Mark and Myself, we caught a total of 26
bass, including four keepers, and two dandy smallmouth of 16
and 18 inches.  Mark caught both of the keeper smallies and
one of the keeper sized largemouth.  All were released
unharmed.   
  50% chance of rain is predicted for Tuesday, which
sounds great to us, and again low winds.
  We will try to be on the water early again, but get in
a nap break and an evening fish.

  While I caught the most fish on Monday, Mark was
responsible for bringing the big girls into the boat.

  Mark has to be back in Cincinnati on Saturday in
preparation for his daughter Anna's graduation from
the University of Cincinnati, so we will probably both
be heading north sometime Friday.
 Mark, holding the first
"keeper" of the day,
having a bad hair day.
My brother Mark, with a
Canadian Class 18 inch
smallmouth.
Mark with a 16 inch
smallmouth.
Tuesday 4/24 Update:  Like a bad joke we found that the lake had risen two feet overnight and was murky.
We did not boat a fish in the first hour causing some concern.
We then fished a stretch of State Line Island that has been good to us for the past week, and again caught
about a dozen nice bass, with assorted cats and drum.  Mark out-caught  me using a 6 inch bright green
lizard.  After dinner about 7 or 8 more, but nothing today was picture worthy.
  We have been extremely lucky dodging rain, as Monday showed an 80% chance, and a 50% chance on
Tuesday.  While we had some near-misses, we have fished full days and have not encountered a drop.
The Wednesday forecast looks good, as does the rest of the week.  
So long as our State Line Sweet Spot holds up we should continue to put fish in the boat.