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Re: St joe

Postby crappieman18 » Sep Mon 25, 2017 11:35 pm

Its the access point by the twin branch dam. On 933 next to auto zone
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Re: St joe

Postby Lost River Farms » Sep Tue 26, 2017 5:54 am

crappieman18 wrote:Hit the st. Joe today for the first time in close ti 10 years. Almost didnt go due to the high water temps. Me and my buddy found a couple areas where fish were stacked and ended with our 2 man limit of steelies and coho!



Where did you put in at?
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Re: St joe

Postby princecraft » Sep Tue 26, 2017 6:51 am

Corner of Capital and US 33(Lincoln way)
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Re: St joe

Postby Mrhighlife » Sep Tue 26, 2017 10:59 am

crappieman18 wrote:Its the access point by the twin branch dam. On 933 next to auto zone


Thanks Crappieman! I know exactly where that is. On google maps the park is called something else so it threw me off.

Going to try and wade a bit of the St. Joe next weekend . My mom lives litterally ten minutes up river. Above Twin Branch. I grew up fishing walleye in the upper. This will be my first time fishing for trout/salmon in the lower.
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Re: St joe

Postby fishaddiction » Sep Tue 26, 2017 12:53 pm

fisherdee wrote:Looks to me like the bite was turned on pretty good. Been seeing lots of crappie catches also.

For those of you who don't know any better ,water temperature on the St Joe at Mishawaka on Sunday was 76 degrees. It would be extremely tough at best to get any salmon/ steelhead to bite in that water temperature!!
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Re: St joe

Postby turk » Sep Tue 26, 2017 7:43 pm

I'm sorry... did you say two man limit? Cuz I watch people take 5 or 6 at a time.... I never paid attention to the limit cuz I don't keep fish....

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Re: St joe

Postby crappieman18 » Sep Tue 26, 2017 11:18 pm

If you can find any colder water running in, thats your best bet. I wouldnt even fish for the fish in the warm water.

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