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Guide Lines with Chase Gibson: West Virginia

Once again this year we have had a terrible wet spring! This brought muddy water and constant fluctuations of water levels. The fish are starting to transition to prespawn areas.  Even though the water is clarity is bad I’ve been able to stay on the fish and get them to eat.  With great weather in the forecast it all looks up from here! Key baits for me right now is Trophy time glides, deadhead muskie tackle t-bones, and Llungen lures 22 shorts.  Here’s a few recent fish bagged by myself and clients. I have a couple dates left for March, give me a call or text at 304-816-6607 to get in on a West Virginia prespawn fattie!

Gregg Thomas

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