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Fishing Lake Osborne with Jeffery White and his son Jordan
Hey, this is Captain Dave Lauer calling on Thursday August 21st.
Today we went fishing Lake Osborne with Jeffery White and his son Jordan from Delray Beach, Florida. This is the fourth trip with me on Lake Osbourne, and every-time we go this time of the year the weather is hot and today there was no wind and the fish still bit. We caught over (30) thirty Peacock bass today the biggest one pushing (4) four pounds I think it may have been (3-3/4) three and three-quarters. Unfortunately they sprayed the lake over there and dropped sonar pellets and there is a green slime all over the lake which make fishing tough. A lot of the spots where we catch the peacock bass were covered up with this green slime.
Even so, we were still able to catch (30) thirdly fish in these tough conditions. Anyways that’s the news, the Peacock bass are biting let’s go fishing!