1. Details: Largemouth Bass

    Schools out, it's warm outside, and the bass are in Post Spawn so that's three reasons to head to the lake. You can find bass either guarding the nest, protecting ...more fry, or out in deeper water recuperating from the spawn. Most bass (depending where you are in North America) are in different areas. Female bass who just spawned are in deeper water eating Shad, herring, and sunfish. ⬇️⬇️⬇️

    1. TennesseeTroutboy 0
    2. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      That is a good note @wyldechylde77 these fish are very stressed from guarding the best for weeks and close to starvation so please be gentle with them and get them ...more back to the water immediately
    3. Chuck LaBruna 0
      ..opportunistic egg eaters. Have fun, fish hard all day and night, but please respect your fishery so it remains a great fishery for years to come. 😉
    4. Chuck LaBruna 0
      ..adds stress to the fish who are already chasing marauders all day, but it can take them a while to return to the nest once released, leaving the eggs wide open ...more to attack from Bluegills and other...
    5. Chuck LaBruna 0
      Quick note: While there isn't anything wrong with fishing for bass on beds, PLEASE catch and release them as quickly as possible. You do not want them away from ...more the nest for too long, as it not only..
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      Good luck and stay hydrated Tight Lines!!- Skouting Report Team
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      Crankbait along the bottom to trigger the school. Once you've done this you can hop a football jig or fish a worm.
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      Basketball court. On large Tennessee River lakes, you can catch 4-6lbers every cast. To do this though, you need to fire up the school. Once you locate a school ...more use a large spoon or a deep diving
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      certain depth, a 3ft change on the bottom in a small creek channel could count as a ledge and fish will conjugate there. Sometimes schools of bass can contain many ...more hundreds of fish in an area of a
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      Most of the larger fish are out deep gorging on gizzard Shad. If you fish a lake that has channel ledges then that's where you need to focus on. All a ledge ...more is where the bottom floor drops off a
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      fish them violently around the school to trigger the parental instinct in that bass to protect its young.
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      irritate the bass into striking the bait. If the fish are protecting fry then try to locate the school ( they mainly hang out around docks, logs and the bank.) I ...more like using flukes and swim jigs and
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      while the males guard the nest. To catch the guarding males, use the same tactics as you would for bedding females like toss senkos, jigs, tubes, lizards, frogs, ...more and Swimbaits in or around the bed to
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  2. With it being Bassmaster Classic week that means it's close to spawning time! Different parts of the country have bass in different stages of the spawn. The ...more bass might be on beds in Texas, but there is 5" of ice on the lakes in Maine. This blert will have a report on bass in a Prespawn mode.

    Largemouth Bass with a Pre-Spawn

    1. Davis Boyd 0
      I'm headed to Hartwell this weekend. Buddy of mine had a house on one of the top coves of the bass master classic
    2. collinroman 0
      Still snowing and everything is frozen
    3. Jose_Can_senko 0
      I haven't seen any beds yet in my part of CA but should anytime now.
    4. Esgar Montalvo 0
      That was here in San Antonio Tx.
    5. Esgar Montalvo 0
      Two weeks ago they were very shallow and starting to bed it was the male and female I was able to land a little over a dozen and caught one of the fish about 3 times, ...more then the cold front came in
    6. Edward Pease Bomber1 0
      @thedevman1 I haven't seen then in the ponds I've been fishing lately.
    7. thedevman1 0
      @bomber1 YA ain't lookin! 😉
    8. Edward Pease Bomber1 0
      Haven't seen any beds yet down here in Houston
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      Rip Lipless Cranks or slow roll spinnerbaits on these flats. –Skouting Report Team
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      Rip Lipless cranks and slow roll big spinnerbaits on these flats. –Skouting Report Team
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      Fish these points with a suspending Jerkbait. If fish have moved back into the bay then try to find any flat in 7-1FOW, bass will hang out there during mid day where ...more the water is warmed by the sun.
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      Fish these points with suspending jerkbaits. If fish have moved back into the bay the try to find any flat in 7-1FOW, bass will hang out there during mid day ...more where the water is warmed by the sun.
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      Some fish in the northern states are still in deeper water, so if your lake is thawed, fish primary or secondary points leading to a bay or cove with spawning grounds.
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      out there during mid day where the water is warmed by the sun. Rip a lipless crankbait or slow roll a big spinnerbait. – Skouting Report Team
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      out there during mid day where the water is warmed by the sun.
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      Fish these points with suspending jerkbaits. • If fish have moved back into the bay the try to find any flat in 7-1FOW, bass will hang
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      Some fish in the northern states are still in deeper water, so if your lake is thawed fish primary or secondary points leading to a bay with spawning grounds.
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  3. Crappie are a popular gamefish this time of year. There are not many gamefish that are active that bite in winter. Like most fish, crappie are deep so focus from ...more 10-30FOW. •Ice fishing- the best bite is at night in 20 FOW with glow jigs tipped with minnows ⬇️⬇️ Rivers, Lakes, and Pond Reports⬇️⬇️

    Black Crappie with a Late January-Early Febuary

    1. ReelGame Saucedo 0
      @bankfisher could add to this he sure does know how to catch them slabs
    2. 👍👍👍 Thanks for that info!
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      Remember skouters if you don't catch a crappie on the first cast don't give up, they're tricky to locate. Once you find them you will fill up the boat. ...more Good luck and tight lines! -Skouting Report Team
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      Sometimes on warmer days the fish will suspend right below a ball of shad in 10-15FOW. Jigging crappie tubes or trolling crappie crankbaits along the channel wall ...more will produce fish.
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      And Marabou Jigs are producing this time of year. •Rivers- Fishing brush piles on the channel bluffs where shad school will ...more produce Big slabs.
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      •Lakes- Fish deep brush piles or better fish around or under docks. Most crappie are hanging around 10ft under docks. The Best bait is minnows but lures like tubes ...more (green), Bobby Garland (Monkey Milk)
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      •Ponds- Fish the deepest parts of the pond, fish any brush with jigs and minnows. If there isn't any brush they will suspend off the bottom, so a small Jerkbait ...more or grub will strike a reaction bite.
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  4. Details: Red (redfish) Drum with a January Report

    January marks the middle of winter on the coast. With water temperatures hovering around their annual lows, most fishermen look for trout and reds stacked along ...more deepwater structure and channels. And, since most fish are holding in the more insulated deep water, this strategy usually pays off. However, dredging channels, deep reefs and other mid-bay structure isn't the only way to score boxes ⬇️⬇️

    1. ReelGame Saucedo 0
      Great Info
    2. Gabe Mitchell 0
      You guys are awesome, another great post
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      are all being caught with plastics on jigheads. Mullet and shrimp on fishfinder rigs are also producing bites. Good luck and tight lines!!-Skouting Report Team
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      specks and reds out sunning themselves. Usually the fish won't be as far back in the flats. They will be hanging out on the edges of flats that run along deep ...more channels. Flounder, Trout, and Redfish
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      Frontal passages are frequent during this time of year. However, their effects rarely last more than a couple of days. And, within a day or two of the frontal passage, ...more you can expect to see some
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      of redfish and trout during the chilly months. Keeping an eye on the weather and choosing your days wisely can find you fishing the flats instead of drifting deep ...more water during January.
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  5. Details: Lake Trout with a January

    It's that time of the year where brace the cold and get out on the good stuff. Fish are being caught between 10-30 FOW, but the hotspot for panfish, walleye, ...more and pike seems to be in the 15 FOW range. Fishing around weeds, channel ledge, or cribs are the best spots. •Bluegill- Fish are being caught 3-5ft off the bottom with black epoxy disks tipped with minnows or wax worms. •Crappie- Night Bite⬇️

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      The water and air is frigid so stay safe and warm, Tightlines!! -Skouting Report Team
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      •Walleye-8-19FOW on shiners, bigger ones are being caught deeper in the 15-19 FOW range, on rivers they are being caught on the edge of the channel
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      •Bass- even though it's rare sosome are being caught on weed lines on rattlewheels topped with shiners •Trout- Twister jigs (yellow or chartreuse) ...more on 1/32oz in 15 FOW
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      •Trout- Twister jigs (yellow or chartreuse) on 1/32oz in 15 FOW. •Bass- even though it's rare sosome are being caught on weed lines on rattlewheels topped ...more with shiners
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      •Perch-Perch are biting minnows and belly fat or a jigging Rapala in 5-15 FOW •Pike- Jumbo Shiners ...more on tip ups in 10 FOW
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      , 20ft suspending under lights. Stika Low green tipped with a minnow or a tungsten jig (chartreuse or tiger chartreuse.)
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  6. Details: Blue Catfish

    January Catfish: Catfish, like other aquatic species during the winter, slow down. Not as much as bass so they are slightly easier to catch if you know what you ...more are doing. The first and foremost important thing is bait. Without the right bait you may not even get a bite. The best baits are going to be native gamefish such as shad, skipjack, bluegill, and other small catfish like bullheads if legal

    1. just_justin 0
      @VCflies @BrandonScottAlt yeah chicken liver works well that's what I always use
    2. Calvin Wolf 0
      around the Dallas area cut shad on a circle hook is killer
    3. Brandon alt 0
      Cut bait will also work well. Try chicken liver @@VCflies
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      A jig. @VCflies
    5. Skouting_Reports 0
      Hm i actually do not know. Ive never ice fished. Im afraid that other species may get to the bait before the cats do. But if you do find catfish below the ice try ...more the methods above. You could also try
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      We will be doing a ice fishing report in a couple of days @VCflies but you could probably catch one doing these baits and methods except through Ice
    7. VCflies 0
      @Skouting_Reports can I catch them through ice... Of so what's a good method
    8. Paul 0
      Very nice !
    9. JustinGoodman 0
      Love this blerp #intel
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      Out the furthest and deepest you can. I usually like to switch my baits every 45 minutes. Good luck! Stay warm! Tight lines! -Skouting_Report Team
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      Fish deep 20+ feet pockets in the main river or lake. These catfish will suspend right above the bottom of the lake lying in wait for anything dying or already dead ...more to float by them. Try getting it
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      wait for a bite. I like this way because it gives time for the fish to come and find the bait. If you have no access to a boat you can always fish with this technique ...more from shore.
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      Best ways to get fish VERY slowly and bouncing the rigs off the bottom. This is very effective because of the amount of water you can cover to find fish. Another ...more way is to go to a known spot and throw
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      3-4 ounce egg sinkers depending on the current, power swivels, and large circle hooks. After you have all that gear, i suggest a slip sinker rig. Now you're ...more ready to fish. If you have a boat the two
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      Once you have the right bait gear is crucial. Your going to need a long 8-10 foot medium heavy or heavy rod, a powerful reel (I like Abu Garcia's C4 series), ...more heavy 30 pound plus monofilament or braid,
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  7. Details: Golden Rainbow Trout with a January Reservoir Report

    This time of year, local wildlife agencies stock local reservoir that are deep and full of oxygen. Usually in the summer they stay in the deep cold pockets on the ...more bottom but in the winter they move to the middle column or up to the surface searching forinsects or baitfish. In the Southern and Western Highland reservoirs, trolling deep diving crankbaits and reef runners along humps or bluffs ⬇️⬇️⬇️

    1. Topwater_Pro 0
      Haha @Skouting_Reports
    2. Skouting_Reports 0
      Dang @Topwater_Pro I've had that happen to me too, my hypothesis is that they fill them up on trout food then stock them. Well that can be our excuse lol
    3. Topwater_Pro 0
      Ahhhh..... Got skunked again today... Was fishing 1/8 oz rooster tail(white), casting near where the fish would occasionally surface. They just stocked 2k in there ...more today too. @Skouting_Reports
    4. Topwater_Pro 0
      Thanks @Skouting_Reports
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      On the bottom near the current @Topwater_Pro
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      Try Kastmasters (1/8oz) with a slow retrieve near the bottom with occasional jerks to produce flash. If you find where the trout are throw some powerbait, nightcrawlers ...more or salmon eggs on a split shot
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      Like in the report, try to find any current (stream, springs, fountain) or any deep pools with oxygen. Roostertails (1/6-1/8oz) or Panther Martins will be your best ...more bet. Just a steady retrieve. Also
    8. Topwater_Pro 0
      Rigs, tips, anything will be very much appreciated
    9. Topwater_Pro 0
      No at that time I didn't see this blert but I will be heading out there again. What do you recommend as bait for small Texas fresh stocked rainbows? @Skouting_Reports
    10. Skouting_Reports 0
      Wow did you follow these reports? @Topwater_Pro
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      They stocked on the day I went (Thursday last week) @Skouting_Reports
    12. Skouting_Reports 0
      Did you know if they stocked in the last couple of weeks? @Topwater_Pro
    13. Topwater_Pro 0
      Went to carl barton jr a few days back but got skunked :(
    14. texasfishingkid kid 0
      ok thanks @Skouting_Reports
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      The deepest spots or where there is the most oxygen in the water @fishallday
    16. texasfishingkid kid 0
      what if the ponds don't have any type of current what do we look for?
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      (streams entering the pond, springs, fountains, deep pockets) with powerbait on the bottom or steady retrieve with a spinner or spoon.
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      Other jigs very rapidly and aggressively are catching big rainbows, tipping the jigs with minnows catch fish when they are lethargic. In city ponds where they stock ...more rainbows fish any source of current
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      produces fish. A lot of people catch them just on powerbait and nightcrawlers with split shot on the bottom. In the north, lakes are iced over do fishing in 10-30 ...more FOW jigging twister tails jigs and
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      produces fish. A lot of people catch them just on powerbait and nightcrawlers with split shot on the bottom. In the North, lakes are iced over so fishing in 10-30 ...more FOW jigging jigs very aggressively a&
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  8. Details: Brown Trout with a Flies, spinners, spoons, live bait

    January freshwater trout can be hard to catch but it can be done. Accuracy in winter is crucial. In small rivers and streams that hold trout, look for places where ...more current hits rock and creates small rapids. The best spots are going to be small rapids with 3'-5' of water on the downstream side of the rocks. The trout hold close to the bottom in gaps in the current created by the rocks⬇️⬇️

    1. King_Fisher 0
      Very helpful thanks!
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    3. JustinGoodman 0
      Loving the info. Great page
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      1/8oz Kastmaster spoons(gold and silver), and nightcrawlers. Do not get discouraged if you don't immediately get a bite, keep making casts. Remember to stay ...more warm and good luck! -Skouting_Report Team
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      baitholder hook with a splitshot above it and just drift it in the current. Some good lures for winter are 1/8-1/16oz Roostertails(white or olive with silver blades),
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      local insect hatches in case the trout are rising. If fishing with spinning gear, make casts in front of the rocks and steadily reel in your lure. You can also use ...more nightcrawlers or Powerbait on a
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      #10-#16 Hare's Ear Nymphs, #12-#16 Copper John Nymphs, #6-#8 White, Black, or Olive Wooly Buggers. All of these flies need beadheads to make them sink faster. ...more Before you go out, check your
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      your fly drift downstream. Leave 15'- 20' of fly line out to let your fly drift in the current. Some effective flies in wintertime are: #16-#20 Zebra Midges, ...more #10-#16 Pheasant Tail Nymphs,
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      They sit and wait for anything edible to drift past them. Most of the time, the trout will not move more than 8" to take a lure or fly. If fly fishing, make ...more casts in front of the rocks and let
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  9. Details: Smallmouth Bass with a Suspending Jerkbaits, Crankbaits, Tubes

    January Smallmouth: Most black bass are being caught near steam plants or wherever there is a steady current of water 50° or warmer. In rivers and creeks they ...more are being caught downstream in deeper pools near the bottom by rocks, brush, and timber. On large resovoirs they are suspending off primary and secondary points, feeding off dying shad. On warmer days they are shallower feeding on ⬇️⬇️

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      Drag crayfish imitating lures (such as Crawbugs, tubes, speed craws, and grubs.) — Skouting_Report Team
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      Drag crayfish imitating lures ( such as crawbugs, tubes, speed craws, and grubs.)
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      on baitfish and crayfish. Fish bluffs dropping to 10 FOW or northern Rocky shores which warm the water first. Fish suspending Jerkbaits, slowly crank squarebills, ...more slow roll spinnerbaits, and slowly
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  10. Hey Skouters!!! This is a new page that gives the latest updates on fishing reports of certain species all across the country. The reports will include where the ...more fish are located, their behaviors, and what lures/baits/flies certain species are biting. We are taking this info from YOU skouters, so make sure you put a lot of info in your blerts so all Skouters can hook into a big one!!

    1. luke s 0
      @IowaAnglers I have yet to get one thought the ice to.
    2. Joe Olsem 0
      We will do our best to get you the info u need. If it swims in Iowa's waters we can catch it.
    3. Skouting_Reports 0
      I'm sure @ReelGame and @IowaAnglers we are laking info on walleye through the ice
    4. ReelGame Saucedo 0
      @Skouting_Reports this is a solid idea to help out Skouters we usually give as much info and tips to help fellow Skouters to put them on fish there is a couple of ...more Skouters can quote me on that
    5. Joe Olsem 0
      Sweet!!! I have yet to catch walleye through the ice. But I have a few tricks up my sleeve to help out. @Skouting_Reports @walleyebasshunter
    6. michael michael 0
      @Skouting_Report there is also a lot of reports for surf and stuff on here http://2coolfishing.com/ttmbforum/#/forumsite/20501
    7. texasfishingkid kid 0
      speckled trout and redfish on sabine lake
    8. Skouting_Reports 0
      We will do walleye also, thanks @walleyebasshunter we will have to rely heavily on you northern guys for Ice fishing tips
    9. michael michael 0
      Could also do once a week
    10. luke s 0
      You should Also have walleyes
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      We have decided on two days thanks to you Skouters, Good Luck and Tight Lines!
    12. Skouting_Reports 0
      Thank you for the input @Slightchop @splitlip @BrandonScottAlt @Reel_Smooth @htgaddis_ @saltlifefishing
    13. michael michael 0
      No problem @Skouting_Reports
    14. Skouting_Reports 0
      Ok we will use that for surf reports @Slightchop but make sure to put info in your blerts so we can use that too
    15. michael michael 0
      They are updated pretty regular yall should check them out
    16. Skouting_Reports 0
      Those will be helpful @Slightchop
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    18. michael michael 0
      Also for those that may not know there are texas fishing reports on YouTube also http://youtu.be/97wOGSmRiTs
    19. splitlip 0
      2 days
    20. Brandon alt 0
      Every two days. This is a fantastic idea
    21. michael michael 0
      Two days
    22. Reel_Smooth 0
      Every two days
    23. htgaddis_ 0
      Every two days
    24. saltlifefishing 0
      Every two days
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      @King_Fisher @BrandonScottAlt
    26. Skouting_Reports 0
      Hey do you guys think we should post a species every two days or cram all the species into one week at the beginning of the month? @saltlifefishing @Slightchop @Reel_Smooth ...more @splitlip @htgaddis_ @bassman3869
    27. saltlifefishing 0
      Thank you @Skouting_Reports
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      If we have the information. We are located nowhere near saltwater so we have to rely on other skouters for that. @crookcody19
    29. Skouting_Reports 0
      Since this is just the start we are only doing smallmouth today. Next week either Friday or saturday we are going to do trout, smallies, largies, catfish, and crappie. ...more Possibly some saltwater species
    30. crookcody19 0
      Just wondering how often y'all are going to send out reports like the smallmouth one today?
    31. michael michael 0
      Right on!
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    33. Reel_Smooth 0
      Awesome! Let me know if i could help in any way
    34. splitlip 0
      You guys rock man! Keep up the good work! Best app on my phone that's for sure! @Skouting_Reports
    35. Skouting_Reports 0
      We will try to do saltwater @Slightchop @splitlip @saltlifefishing @bigfish101 @Reel_Smooth we will defiantly try to do Redfish, Flounder, Drum, and trout but we ...more will do a few special requests
    36. bigfish101 0
      @Skouting_Reports how about mahi mahi
    37. saltlifefishing 0
      Summer upstate New York ponds and st.lawrence river winter st.petersburg treasure island area
    38. splitlip 0
      I normally hit up anywhere from Texas city, jones bay all the way down to Christmas bay and drum bay. Always down to help out fellow skouters. Its the gift that ...more keeps on giving!
    39. michael michael 0
      Will do on the info after trips I cover Aransas pass, copano bay, upper Laguna areas when I go I'll give info on when and where same evening of catchs as well ...more as bait etc....
    40. michael michael 0
      Nice! Agree redfish spotted sea trout and flounder! @Skouting_Reports
    41. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      Yeah you can big Smallies that way too @htgaddis_
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    43. htgaddis_ 0
      Yeah tipped with a minnow
    44. TennesseeTroutboy 0
      Float n Fly? @htgaddis_
    45. Isaac Carey 0
      Area and it will tell us what people are catching and how there catching them @MulletHead
    46. Isaac Carey 0
      It should have and "auto update" so when someone catches a fish it will take the location species and lure and date and time and automatically put it in ...more the system So on the tabs we can select our....
    47. Brandon alt 0
      I like the location
    48. htgaddis_ 0
      Great idea i know the crappie on douglas have been hitting 7' to 8' deep on a fly typed with a minnow
    49. Reel_Smooth 0
      @splitlip i heard Texas City has been hot with reds lately. And i know trinity bay is killin it on trouts.
    50. Skouting_Reports 0
      We will try our best but the SR team aren't experts in the saltwater species so we will have to rely heavily on you guys @splitlip so make sure to post good ...more info
    51. Chris Skinner 0
      Sounds good to me!
    52. Skouting_Reports 0
      We will be doing Bass, Trout, Catfish, Crappie, and Fly fishing report every weekend but you can always take a request
    53. splitlip 0
      Redfish, Specs and flounder @Skouting_Reports
    54. crookcody19 0
      Catfish, trout, ect honestly any information y'all find and can put out is good.
    55. Skouting_Reports 0
      @Cowboy713 @ReelFishnTx @bigfish101
    56. Skouting_Reports 0
      Thanks all. We are going to do smallmouth bass (it can also be applied to large mouth). Any requests for fish you want us to do? @bassman3869 @BrandonScottAlt @crookcody19 ...more @King_Fisher @splitlip @bassinboy01
    57. bigfish101 0
      Great idea
    58. ReelFishnTx 0
      Sounds like a great idea! @Skouting_Reports
    59. Chris Skinner 0
      Info info info y'all! Books for days!
    60. Jacob Breaux 0
      Fill those blerts with great info!!
    61. splitlip 0
      Great idea!
    62. King_Fisher 0
      Can't wait!
    63. crookcody19 0
      I like this idea!
    64. Brandon alt 0
      Forced popular
    65. Isaac Carey 0
      That's awesome
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Taking info from you Skouters every week to create a fishing report for multiple freshwater species. Make sure to put useful info in your blerts ...more so all the Skouters can benefit from it. Tight lines!!!