Fished with Bruce Ristow for 2.5 hours today. We got a late start. On water about 9:45AM
the sun was up and the skies were robbins egg blue. It got down to 21 degrees here last night.
Bruce had be talking about a stream in Southwestern Vernon county Wisconsin that had some privately made lunker bunker structures. They were 25 years old.
Bruce had been raving about this water for a while so we hit it today. I generally don't like lunker structures. They feel too artificial and there is no real reading of water involved.
The trout were hard to come by. Bruce had 2 to hand. About a 14er and 16er. I landed three. About a 17er/14er/10er.
In the middle of our journey there was a massive beaver dam. This appeared to stop any type of up/down stream movement on the water.
The photo above is where there was no lunker structure.
My experience today with lunker structure just solidifies my dislike for it.
Last edited by spinner1; 03-26-2009 at 10:28 PM.