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Discussion in 'All Catfishing' started by bluesbrother, Aug 24, 2006.
anyone have any luck?
caught a nice bunch of crappie about a week ago around the bridge.
thaanks some time they harbor some nice blues
Yes, almost always in the Delaware river. I try to anchor where the slack water meets the main river current. The only drawback is that the boat tends to swing too much, but I figure that it is well worth the try. Take care brother!
try anchorn in a different spot man, cast further or cast then anchor
I try not to miss any especially if there is current. We've caught a lot of fish around them.
caught flats and channels floating frogs and small bluegill around em at different times of the year.
Remember that at the bottom of most of the submerged bases of these pillars is a huge base and often large area of large rocks or boulders.This is done to prevent undermining or "Scouring" by the current.There often is a huge area to act as cover.Also a fine place to hang up everything.peewee
Peewee is right about the hanging up. When we fish the bridge pilings we fish them like we are vertical jigging a treetop for crappie and this helps reduce the hang ups.
If you're not somewhere you can get snagged, you must not be in the right place. lol