Stripers are Still Hot and Heavy on the Mini Mack Rig

The Mini Mack Rigs are really producing for us. We use lead core like to get them where the fish are. JP Rosamond and Glenn Tanner caught 14 nice stripers and hybrids. The two big ones were 13 and 18 pounds. My son Brad took George Lambert and Rick Robinson out and they trolled the Mini Mack Rigs and caught 22 fish. Five of these were large mouth bass, which they released. The two biggest fish they caught were 8 and 13 pounds. Check out our photos.

THE ONLY PLACE IN THE CSRA THAT CARRY THE MINI MACK RIGS IS BROADWAY TACKLE in Augusta.

GOOD FISHING,
CAPT, BILLY

Stripers Still Deep. Catching Them on Mini Mack Rig

Trolling Mini Mack Rigs in 50-103 feet are producing fish like crazy. We are using lead core line to get them down to 40 feet. The fish are 40-80. Depending what area you are in. We are also finding schooling fish every where. The only place to buy the Mini Mack Rigs, in the CSRA, is BROADWAY TACKLE IN AUGUSTA, GA

GOOD FISHING
CAPT.BILLY

Stripers are Starting to School on Top

The fire are on fire with our Mini Mack Rigs. They can’t leave them alone. Trolling 2 mpr and letting our lead core line out 8 colors, makes our rigs run 30-35 feet and we are catching fish like crazy. They just can’t let our Mini Mack rig alone. We are seeing schooling fish and we just troll through them. My grandson Johnathan and son Brad fished for two days with me and caught 40 stripers and hybrids on Mini Mack Rigs.

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GOOD FISHING,
CAPT. BILLY

Stripers and Hybrids in Deep Water.

Trolling Capt. Mack’s Umbrella rigs and his Mini Mack rigs is producing us big fish. We are trolling in 50-120 of water. The rigs are running 30-35 feet deep off the main channels. With the Mini Mack, we are using lead core line to get the rig deep enough. Check out our photos.
GOOD FISHING
CAPTAIN BILLY

Stripers and Hybrid Fishing is Picking Up

We are trolling Capt. Mack’s Umbrella rigs and his new Mini Mack rig. We use lead core line for the mini Mack’s. The water is 50-100 feet deep and we are trolling 30-35 feet down. Sometime we have 2 and 3 fish on at the same time. BOY! WHAT FUN!!!! Fishing with us has been Richard Robinson his dad Rick, Alycia and Abby Murphy and my son Brad. In 3 days we caught 51 stripers and hybrids. They have been weighing 3-12 pounds.
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GOOD FISHING

P.S. Email me and ask where I’m catching them and I will tell you.

FISH MOVING DEEPER

June 27,2019 The fish are moving into 40-60 feet of water and stacking at 30 feet of water. Fishing with me last week was Danny, Max and Richard. They were from South Carolina and Tennessee. They caught their limit by 8:30 with 3 fish that weighed 6 pounds each.
GOOD FISHING,
CAPT. BILLY

Catching Stripers in the Shallow

April 28, 2019 we are pulling boards in shallow water over long points and humps. Most of the time, on one side of water the water is 4-6 feet and the other side is 15-30 feet. We are catching fish on both sides of the boat.
GOOD FISHING,
CAPT. BILLY

HERRING ARE SPAWNING AND STRIPERS MOVING INTO SHALLOW

April 17, 2019 Fishing with me today was Larry Freeman. We started pulling planner boards at 6:30 and the fish were hitting. All the fish that we caught were in 6 feet of water or less. We caught 20 stripers, hybrids, bass and catfish. One of the catfish weighed 60 pounds and 56 inches long.(check photos)
GOOD FISHING

STRIPERS AND HYBRIDS MOVING INTO THE SHALLOWS

April 6, 2019
We are pulling planner boards and free lines on points and humps. Fishing with was Blake Fussell from Douglas, Ga, Elliot Pittman, and Warren Pittman from Waycross, Ga. They had a great day catching 15 big stripers(check our photos) Blake had a 28 lb striper, Warren had 8 lb striper and Elliot had a 6 lb striper. All the fish came from 6-20 feet of water.

Our fish are in 30-40 feet

February 4, 2019 30-40 feet is the area that we are targeting for stripers and hybrids. Our fishing depth is 25-30 feet. That’s the depth that our fish are hitting the best. Today was a slow day. Larry Freeman went scouting with me and the first 3 holes only produced 5 fish. The fourth hole had fish stacked from 15-40 feet. Every time that we dropped our lines down, we hit a fish on the head. These fish stayed with us about 45 minutes. We ended up with 15 fish and then we ran out of bait.
GOOD FISHING, CAPT. BILLY