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Old 04-22-2019, 04:37 PM   #301
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We fished a little under the 21 bridge Saturday morning.
Caught 6 or 8 crappie but the Sandbass were like a pack of wolves .
They would swam through and hammer our jigs then be gone . 5 minutes later they would pass through again.
Fun to catch but I don't like eating them.
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I agree. I wish I could figure the dang crappie out on that lake. They have me mad enough I'm about to start catfishing instead
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Old 04-22-2019, 06:58 PM   #302
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I keep saying I'm going back to Sandlin in the summer but never make it there! We've had some phenomenal days in the winter there!!


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Old 04-22-2019, 07:04 PM   #303
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Great job Buff. Was on RC for 10 days it was tough lots of small males shallow couldn't find to many females. Weather was a big factor.

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Go back to that lake in 2 months! We hammered em everywhere!!


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We were able to fill the ice chest on Saturday for a fish fry. Felt good to be out on the water chasing them again


Bridgeport? I'm headed there in August! Haven't been on that lake in 20 years and it was with a shotgun then! What's a good 7 fish stringer on that lake? That ones a wild card for me. No clue what a good stringer is there.


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Old 04-23-2019, 09:46 AM   #305
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Bridgeport? I'm headed there in August! Haven't been on that lake in 20 years and it was with a shotgun then! What's a good 7 fish stringer on that lake? That ones a wild card for me. No clue what a good stringer is there.


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This was actually on Cedar Creek, my parents live on RC so we bounce between the 2 when we go down to visit. Bridgeport has some decent fish but they're not as plentiful as CC or Fork. Biggest I've ever pulled out of BP was 2.81 but that was probably 10 years ago.

Drop me a line around August and I'll fill you in on the bite....if there is one, the lake is usually really clear by then.

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Old 04-23-2019, 09:48 AM   #306
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Anyone know any good spots on Toledo bend
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Old 04-23-2019, 10:14 AM   #307
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Yall are driving me absolutely bananas with the coolers and stringer full of those tasty fish. I didnt do well fishing the spawn this year from the bank. And my wife is tired of hearing me talk about buying a boat, maybe she will finally loan me back some of my money to get one
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Old 04-23-2019, 11:20 AM   #308
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I agree. I wish I could figure the dang crappie out on that lake. They have me mad enough I'm about to start catfishing instead
I set out 6 brush piles hoping it will gather some fish for me
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Old 04-23-2019, 12:07 PM   #309
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Old 04-23-2019, 04:42 PM   #310
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Little man has a baseball game this eve or we would be on Stine!


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Old 04-23-2019, 04:51 PM   #311
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Nice fish gripper

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Old 04-26-2019, 03:05 PM   #312
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What a night! A three man limit on Lake Conroe with bonuses. 75 crappie, 75 white bass, a hybrid and two bull bluegill. 153 total fish kept and that does not count all the small fish we threw back. I bet we caught close to 300 fish all together. Steve released his big hybrid and we didn't keep any of the dozens of yellow bass that were landed. Steve even boated a small channel cat. By the end of the trip we truly had trouble fitting the last fish into the ice chest. Had we kept that last hybrid I'm not sure the lid would have latched.

We are tired, sore and probably smell to high heaven but by golly it was FUN!





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Old 04-26-2019, 03:17 PM   #313
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Sounds like a fantastic trip! Congrats


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Old 04-26-2019, 03:28 PM   #314
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Does dirty water current shut the crappie bite down on PeeStain like it does the bass bite? I was off today and decided with 3 high water ripping through the lake I would just get some yard work done so I could go later.
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Sounds like a great time Robin!


The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kilt. Gotta go!
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Old 04-26-2019, 09:08 PM   #316
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Went to Sandlin this afternoon
Caught over a hundred small fish on my new brush piles before I got a hold of myself and moved out to standing timber for some better fish.
I am like a kid when it comes to leaving biting fish no matter what size they are.
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Old 04-26-2019, 10:12 PM   #317
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anyone been fishin in toledo bend

are the crappie biting right now
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Old 04-27-2019, 05:35 AM   #318
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What a night! A three man limit on Lake Conroe with bonuses. 75 crappie, 75 white bass, a hybrid and two bull bluegill. 153 total fish kept and that does not count all the small fish we threw back. I bet we caught close to 300 fish all together. Steve released his big hybrid and we didn't keep any of the dozens of yellow bass that were landed. Steve even boated a small channel cat. By the end of the trip we truly had trouble fitting the last fish into the ice chest. Had we kept that last hybrid I'm not sure the lid would have latched.



We are tired, sore and probably smell to high heaven but by golly it was FUN!












Heck of a day!!! I have trouble keeping up with 75 crappie! No way I could keep up with another species as well!!


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Old 04-27-2019, 05:37 AM   #319
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Does dirty water current shut the crappie bite down on PeeStain like it does the bass bite? I was off today and decided with 3 high water ripping through the lake I would just get some yard work done so I could go later.

More and more fish are moving out to the mainlake each day!! Holler!!

Put the boat on Murvaul for the first time yesterday. Though I was on cedar creek for a while with all the little black crappie but finally found what I'm looking for!!


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Old 04-27-2019, 05:31 PM   #320
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My pond management people have told me I need to remove all bass under 14" and all crappie regardless of size in order to grow bigger bass.

The last three years I have given away 50-60#'s of crappie per year out of my pond.

I have a dozen or so far in the holding pen if anyone wants some.
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Old 04-27-2019, 07:56 PM   #321
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We had a decent day but needed to replace a couple! Came in 3rd w 10.45. Had a 2.03 in the mix.

First time I've had my rig on Murvaul.


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Old 04-27-2019, 08:41 PM   #322
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Had a limit on TB

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Congrats on the fish fellers! Looking like my lakes levels are on the rise. May be a while before I can get back on them.

I swear Todd! Ever time I see that boy in a pic, he's a foot taller!

The fish are biting, and there's hogs to be kilt. Gotta go!
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Old 04-28-2019, 05:33 PM   #324
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My new boat should be here next month and I have been a little worried about transferring my way points to my new units. It dawned on me that I was going to keep the Garmin.
I hit the lake this morning with the intention of saving the best 24 spots to the Garmin.

The Crappie were on fire.
I put a limit in the boat in two hours and spent the rest of the morning saving waypoints.

I found one floating tree that was covered up with fish.
18 of water with the fish about 6 deep under the shade of the floater
All fish caught on a small gray jig

Give me a call if you are looking for a mess of fish.
I have Tuesday,and Thursday afternoon open then open again Sunday
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Old 04-28-2019, 05:35 PM   #325
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Quit with the pictures Buff

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Old 04-28-2019, 05:55 PM   #326
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Buff, what kinda sled you get-n?
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Old 04-28-2019, 06:18 PM   #327
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Fished an hour and a half today. Hit one tree in open water and a couple brushpiles and checked out an area I wanted to prefish but didn't and we clobbered em there of course! Had 11.5 pounds on my scale in maybe an hour?? Threw em all back today. I cleaned enough fish yesterday. Quick trip tomorrow and then work some and then fishing again Wednesday if the weather cooperates.


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Old 04-28-2019, 06:40 PM   #328
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Wore them out at Rayburn the last two days after the splash was over.... mainlake brush piles with jigs.
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Old 04-28-2019, 07:29 PM   #329
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Question for the experts. I have a garmin 93sv plus at the console and plan on another garmin plus at the bow. I'm adding upgrades each summer as I go so if yall were in my shoes would your next move be a spot lock trolling motor or livescope system?
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Question for the experts. I have a garmin 93sv plus at the console and plan on another garmin plus at the bow. I'm adding upgrades each summer as I go so if yall were in my shoes would your next move be a spot lock trolling motor or livescope system?
Does your graph have SI? If not Id suggest one that has it, thats the best tool for finding fish. If so Id say a trolling motor.
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I'm no expert but I would choose spot lock.

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I love my Ultrex. It's so nice when fishing through trees to hit spot lock when I catch a good one and I can take it off the hook and get it weighted and in the livewell and not blow off 50yds.


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Yes my console unit has side imaging. Question though do I also need side imaging on my bow unit or is it not necessary. I keep reading conflicting things whether or not it helps up front or not.
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I only use SI on the console. If it's on the TM your picture is going to distort everytime you turn the motor.
Whatever you do link your graphs so when you mark a waypoint on the console unit it's marking it on the front graph as well. I use 360 and Livescope to find the waypoints I mark with my console unit.

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Yes my console unit has side imaging. Question though do I also need side imaging on my bow unit or is it not necessary. I keep reading conflicting things whether or not it helps up front or not.
No need, usually have to be idling to get a clear reading so at the console is all Id recommend. DI, sonar and mapping is nice up front though.
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Thanks everyone that's the way I'll plan to go. Slew I had another garmin up front only to realize it wouldn't share waypoints with my new unit so I'm going to get a new echomap plus down imaging up front then a spot lock next
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Old 04-29-2019, 07:38 PM   #339
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Had the crawfish man on the deck today! Made a quick scouting run since I haven't been to lake in a while and we managed to find a few!


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Had the crawfish man on the deck today! Made a quick scouting run since I haven't been to lake in a while and we managed to find a few!


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Had a great time, and got to see how the pro does it. Awesome! Thanks Slew!
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Had a great time, and got to see how the pro does it. Awesome! Thanks Slew!

When you meet the pro send em my way! I need all the help I can get!!


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I carried my good buddy out in 30 mile an hour winds ( at our age we should know better)
The boat ride was tough but the crappie made it worth it.
We put 50 on ice in a couple of hours

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Palestine is getting better each week! Few were still full of eggs but most had already spawned.


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Are you catching them under docks or brushpiles?
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Lakes too full to fish many docks. These came off timber and brush


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Old 05-02-2019, 06:17 PM   #349
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Are you catching them under docks or brushpiles?
Shooting docks mid April to May was the ONE way I could consistently catch them on PeeStain and there isn’t any gap to shoot with the lake so high! It had dropped a foot but is headed back up again and is going to rain hard again tonight!

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