This little area these four boats are sharing is interesting in a lot of ways.
It’s on the edge of the river channel. When they channelized this portion they piled the spoil on the edge so there is a ridge of rock etc piled up here.
The wind is basically blowing north to south and the river is flowing south to north in general terms. The current is strong enough to drift these anglers down that seam and basically moving them against the wind.
They are all following that basic line.
Currently and since we’ve been here Johnston has boated three for about 9 1/2 pounds. DiPalma has two for about 7 pounds.
Paquette and Pirch have yet to hook up while we’ve been here. But with a fish being caught every few minutes all of these guys could have a limit by now.