Bluegill - Big Bluegill

Do you love big bluegill?

anyone have any good ways to figure out were the panfish are on the big lakes???

Views: 227

Reply to This

Replies to This Discussion

3 words... Drill... drill... drill.... If I had to give another tip, it would be to trust your Vexilar and use it to your advantage.

 

How big of a lake are you talking? Much structure? Up here a lot of the big lakes have large weed flats that hold the big 'gills. Another lake 10 miles away has them suspended over the deep holes and the main lake basin.

not  much structure but the lake is 1.5miles long by .75miles wide.... iv tried fishing the shallows,the coves, the flats, and the reallly deepwater all i caught was bass and pickerals, i know their are alot of panfish because i fish all sumer in this lake.

 

Are there neck down areas on the Lake ?If there are have you tried them?How big are the lures you fishing ?Do you need to scale down from Bass and Pickerel sized lures?

their arnt really any necked down areas google lake its Rosevally lake Pa... the bass and picerals were on tipups lol, i us a teardrop jig with waxworm
Too bad there are no neck down areas.I find them productive . How about mid lake humps?
thats were the bass,pickeral, and waleye hang
I agree with Matthew.  Look for standing weeds and rely heavily on the Vex. 

ill try that

 

According to your latest photos you found the gills and seeds.Good job man! What'd you do different?

went to a diferent pond

LOL!

RSS

Latest Activity

Jeffrey D. Abney posted photos
15 hours ago
Jeffrey D. Abney commented on Jeffrey D. Abney's status
"Thanks Bruce…….worked hard for a mess of crappie…..it was pleasant at take…"
15 hours ago
Bruce Tomaselli commented on Jeffrey D. Abney's status
"I missed your launch again. I hope you've done well."
17 hours ago
Jeffrey D. Abney posted a status
"Batteries charged..boat hooked up…gear loaded last minute before shoving off to launch at first light..forecast 54 with NW breeze…..game on."
yesterday
Jeffrey D. Abney commented on Jeffrey D. Abney's photo
Thumbnail

Admiring the Fliers…..Overlooked Species…..

"That’s why I had a replica done Bruce…….not a big fish but the colors are eye…"
yesterday
Bruce Tomaselli commented on Jeffrey D. Abney's photo
yesterday
Jeffrey D. Abney posted photos
Thursday
Jeffrey D. Abney posted a status
"Looking at the ten day forecast and loving the cooling trend, especially 50s at night which will pull our water temps down in the lower 60s"
Thursday
Jeffrey D. Abney posted photos
Tuesday
Jeffrey D. Abney posted photos
Tuesday
Jeffrey D. Abney posted a status
"I had to get out with the Harvest Moon and falling water temperatures…..the Fliers got the memo and showed up to the party this afternoon….."
Tuesday
Jeffrey D. Abney posted photos
Tuesday
Jeffrey D. Abney posted photos
Tuesday
Jeffrey D. Abney posted a status
"Sunday was more of the same, nice morning with a wind tide in my favor….mixed bag of gills and largemouth…..water temps less than 71 degrees"
Monday
Jeffrey D. Abney commented on Jeffrey D. Abney's photo
Thumbnail

Fish Thumb…..9/18/2021

"It’s funny, lip hundreds to thousands of crappie and gills and this doesn’t…"
Monday
Jeffrey D. Abney commented on Jeffrey D. Abney's photo
Thumbnail

Another Chunky Largemouth……9/18/2021

"Nice Bruce….that would make me happy….I love river fishing…..with almost 11…"
Monday
Bruce Tomaselli commented on Jeffrey D. Abney's photo
Thumbnail

Fish Thumb…..9/18/2021

"You gotta' love coming home with those scars."
Monday
Bruce Tomaselli replied to Bruce Tomaselli's discussion Locating Bluegills in Summer
"Thanks, Frank, and all. I've pick up a lot of good information through this thread."
Monday
Bruce Tomaselli commented on Jeffrey D. Abney's photo
Thumbnail

Another Chunky Largemouth……9/18/2021

"Jeffrey, I'm actually on the Juniata River near Harrisburg, PA."
Sep 19
Jeffrey D. Abney commented on Jeffrey D. Abney's photo
Thumbnail

Another Chunky Largemouth……9/18/2021

"Nice smallie Bruce….pretty lake you’re on…..the gills are toughest to figure…"
Sep 19

© 2021   Created by Bluegill.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service