Well finally made it back out on the water. I hit Goose Creek right at Goose Creek Golf Coarse at rt 7. I haven't hit this area so did not know what to expect. I decided to paddle upstream a ways to explore at first is look promising as there were some deeper pool areas but for the most part water was really dead not much current. At one point I was using a spinner bait and it was pulling me upstream. So paddled up to a point were it got real sallow and appeared to close off to rocky area. I look at the area at google earth and appears I would have had to drag across some rocky area for about 50 yards so before it open up going up towards the dam. With that being said will probably not hit this area again as there are some better spots with more Action.
To the fishing now, I started off with spinner bait used it through out the morning with now luck. I also tried some weightless flukes dead sticking, walking the dog and various retrieves with no luck. So I went to X-Rap and ended up getting 13, 14, and 15 incher which is picture below. I did see 3 or 4 large carp that got my heart pumping to realized it was carp. They all gave a nice fight with nice areal's. I had almost forgot how good of fight the smallies put up compared to the Pond Large mouth been catching lately.
At one point a golf ball landed about 10 feet from and made a good splash it must have been a good 50 yards out of bounds I would suggest to the person who hit this one to give up golf and pick up fishing like I did
All in all was nice to get out an paddle some new area's of Goose Creek but like I mentioned this particular area didn't offer much option, no eddies, shutes, nervous water of any sorts. Had to scrub the yak down when I got home as there was a ring of creek scum all around my Commander 120