F I S H I N G R E P O R T S:
Cedar Creek, May 15, 2005
This day was nice. I got a call from Martha Levinson on Friday saying she desperately need a guide this weekend as her and her husband Ronald only had this weekend to try and fish. Ronald was hoping for only larger fish, so after a word from Cedar Creek’s master angler Billy Seaman, I decided to drift Holiday Sassy shads on Burgess jig heads. We drifted a few areas with not much to show for it and just kept moving. On our third spot we found some semi-cooperative Hybrids and some aggressive magnum Sand Bass. We had 2 keeper Hybrids, one at 24” another at 18-1/8”. The Hybrids were biting extremely light and short striking the baits. Most of the time they would simply pull the lure down off the jig head. The magnum Sandies were another story, they tried to jerk the rod out of your hand!
All in all we had the two Hybrids and probably missed another 7 or 8 and had a dozen good sized Sandies. Ronald and Martha appreciated me getting them in at the last minute and are already planning another outing with me this fall. The great thing about being a guide is the wonderful lifetime friendships that come with it.
E-mail me if I can be of any use or help to you in anyway.