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Rodger Taylor

USCG certified OUPV

Boat:

Capt Taylor will take up to 4 anglers on his 21 foot Voyager pontoon specifically outfitted for catfish angling.  The boat is adequately powered by a dependable Yamaha 90 HP 4 stroke outboard and Minn Kota Co Pilot trolling motor for controlled drift fishing/trolling.  We will be able to fish shallow or deep, wherever the bite is happening.   Latest electronics:  Lowrance HDS 9 Live with GPS mapping.  Stout Driftmaster rodholders make bite detection very easy.   There is a Sunbrella bimini top for comfort in the sun or rain.


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Fishing report :  Lake Wylie October 23, 2020


Blue catfish good.   Catfish are in transition and drift/troll methods have been effective for finding fish on the move.  Following recent rains some excellent fishing was experienced but short lived as fish moved from the incoming fresh water back to the larger parts of the creek and main channel.  Water temps are holding steady in the low 70’s as the weather warmed recently.  Baitfish schools are plentiful in creeks and feeding gamefish are noted feeding on top particularly in the late afternoon.  Expect fishing to improve with cooler temperatures and the arrival of sea gulls and cormorants to point the way to actively feeding fish.  White perch are starting to bite consistently and the size is small but large fish are mixed in the large schools.

























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