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Old 12-26-2020, 02:22 PM   #1
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Thumbs up 2021 White Bass Thread

Time to go ahead and get the 2021 white bass thread going! It's a few weeks early, but they are moving in already. My son broke his new Christmas waders in this morning in the creek. Did real good for late December. Caught 22 all on hand tied jigs. Post em up here when you start getting in them!
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Old 12-26-2020, 02:48 PM   #2
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Awesome, i was thinking they getting ready.
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Old 12-26-2020, 03:13 PM   #3
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Awesome, i was thinking they getting ready.
Man when he told me he was going this morning I thought he was crazy. I told him they are probably still 3 weeks out from coming in the creek. He normally starts hitting them good in mid to late Jan. I reckon I was wrong lol. Still shocked there starting this early.
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Old 12-26-2020, 03:20 PM   #4
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They make good fertilizer, fun to catch, but I'll stick to crappie for eating.

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Nice, what part of the state?
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Old 12-26-2020, 03:42 PM   #6
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Old 12-26-2020, 03:57 PM   #7
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They make good fertilizer, fun to catch, but I'll stick to crappie for eating.

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Clean em right and they taste just as good, and alot funner to catch.
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Old 12-26-2020, 04:20 PM   #8
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I wanna get in in this action, but I need Yall to school me about the “run”

We always caught white bass mixed with our crappie with a minnow under a floating light tied to a tree in a lake! But I was you and that was typically spring break.


Creeks and rivers?? Andy kind of “trap” I should be fishing? Seems like in past years most of y’all run jigs


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Dang y’all maybe I will catch more than 1 next time I go


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Old 12-26-2020, 05:01 PM   #10
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That will be in March/April for the hybrid on Conroe
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That will be in March/April for the hybrid on Conroe

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Bought another rod today! Ready to get it bent!
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Old 12-26-2020, 05:27 PM   #13
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Clean em right and they taste just as good, and alot funner to catch.
I have eat pretty much every fish in Texas fresh water. There is no fish I would rather have than 12 to 14 inch male white bass. I usually cull limits if this size. We often catch a lot of crappie at the same time. I fry them together and noone can tell which is which. I prefer the whites because they fillet more consistent.
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Old 12-26-2020, 06:01 PM   #14
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Had white bass for lunch yesterday

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Old 12-26-2020, 07:45 PM   #15
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I have eat pretty much every fish in Texas fresh water. There is no fish I would rather have than 12 to 14 inch male white bass. I usually cull limits if this size. We often catch a lot of crappie at the same time. I fry them together and noone can tell which is which. I prefer the whites because they fillet more consistent.
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Old 12-26-2020, 07:53 PM   #16
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Can’t wait to get back out there chasing them this year.


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When they're catching on jigs tie 2 like a speck rig and really get at it.

We used to have a spot on the trinity we'd jig speck rigs on a log jam and slay em

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Old 12-26-2020, 08:08 PM   #18
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Clean em right and they taste just as good, and alot funner to catch.
Lot of folks swear catfish is the best, some only want op, some like blue or channel.
I know how to clean em and I've eaten plenty growing up.
I like other fish better I dont eat boar hog and I prefer cow elk to bull and doe to whitetail buck just preference.

But I encourage yall to catch everyone that swims so I don't catch em while bass fishing.



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They bite from Sept till May. Then quit in June-August, cause I don't fish in the heat.
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I have eat pretty much every fish in Texas fresh water. There is no fish I would rather have than 12 to 14 inch male white bass. I usually cull limits if this size. We often catch a lot of crappie at the same time. I fry them together and noone can tell which is which. I prefer the whites because they fillet more consistent.
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Old 12-28-2020, 10:32 AM   #21
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I got a fly tying setup for Christmas with plans to tie some jigs for white bass this year.

I may need some lessons from your son...my first attempt was pretty bad
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Old 12-28-2020, 10:34 AM   #22
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cannot wait to get back in the creeks, might have to give it a shot after a duck hunt! There is nothing better then when the sandbass get thick in the creeks
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If anyone needs someone to tag along, I would welcome the opportunity, but in about 7 weeks after rehab on my shoulder.

Before I left Temple area/College Station in 1975 and moved to Lubbock. I have fished the Leon above Lake Belton and a few places on the Colorado River (Lemmons Camp) and would absolutely slay them. After being away from this action for 45 years, I would love to get back into it, just do not know where to go today!
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Old 12-28-2020, 10:56 AM   #24
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I got a fly tying setup for Christmas with plans to tie some jigs for white bass this year.

I may need some lessons from your son...my first attempt was pretty bad
He is back at em this morning. I will update later on how he did. I know he is catching a few
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If anyone needs someone to tag along, I would welcome the opportunity, but in about 7 weeks after rehab on my shoulder.

Before I left Temple area/College Station in 1975 and moved to Lubbock. I have fished the Leon above Lake Belton and a few places on the Colorado River (Lemmons Camp) and would absolutely slay them. After being away from this action for 45 years, I would love to get back into it, just do not know where to go today!
Go on the Granger Ranger hunt. They'll show you where to catch them on the San Gabriel River.
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He is back at em this morning. I will update later on how he did. I know he is catching a few
Unkle Pat say dem is trash fish, only good for cut bait and such.

I caught one in his boat and he hollered, "dont let that trash touch my boat". It was an accident and slid out of my hands and landed on his fancy side view monitor thing. He got mad and slung his fishing pole in the lake, but he found it again with his trolling motor. Them Zebco's hold alot of string and that trolling motor found it all.
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Lmao Radar!🤣 Don't let uncle Pat fool you. Im gonna get his big arse in creek here real soon! Not sure they make waders that tall though 🤔
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If anyone needs someone to tag along, I would welcome the opportunity, but in about 7 weeks after rehab on my shoulder.

Before I left Temple area/College Station in 1975 and moved to Lubbock. I have fished the Leon above Lake Belton and a few places on the Colorado River (Lemmons Camp) and would absolutely slay them. After being away from this action for 45 years, I would love to get back into it, just do not know where to go today!
I hear the Colorado is a great place for catching whites, specifically around Colorado Bend SP.
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Lmao Radar!🤣 Don't let uncle Pat fool you. Im gonna get his big arse in creek here real soon! Not sure they make waders that tall though 🤔
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Another good morning. They caught over 50 whites total and 2 crappie. Kept 18 nice ones. Lots of smaller ones. All on hand tied jigs and ultra lights with 6 to 8lb test. Black and silver hand tied today was the trick. Two days ago it was an all chartreuse hand tied jig.
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I have eat pretty much every fish in Texas fresh water. There is no fish I would rather have than 12 to 14 inch male white bass. I usually cull limits if this size. We often catch a lot of crappie at the same time. I fry them together and noone can tell which is which. I prefer the whites because they fillet more consistent.
Hit me up when yall get after them up that way. Im gonna try the trinity this year since my spot is low on water

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Unkle Pat say dem is trash fish, only good for cut bait and such.

I caught one in his boat and he hollered, "dont let that trash touch my boat". It was an accident and slid out of my hands and landed on his fancy side view monitor thing. He got mad and slung his fishing pole in the lake, but he found it again with his trolling motor. Them Zebco's hold alot of string and that trolling motor found it all.
HAHAHAAAAAAA

Was that before or after you throwed him out of his own boat??
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Hit me up when yall get after them up that way. Im gonna try the trinity this year since my spot is low on water



HAHAHAAAAAAA

Was that before or after you throwed him out of his own boat??
I promised him not to speak of that incident publicly. Lol
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Pat said you tripped him with tarpon rod 🤣
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Pat said you tripped him with tarpon rod 🤣
He made me leave it at the truck, said I needed to sell it and buy an alarm clock
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I promised him not to speak of that incident publicly. Lol
We wasnt in public when he told me. So Im not bound to whatever agreement yall had as a third party. Therefore Im allowed to start a thread and tell the world...

RADAR THROWED A MAN OUT HIS OWN BOAT!







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the tarpon rod.........LOL
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HAHAHAAAAAAA

Was that before or after you throwed him out of his own boat??
Haha, beat me to it! Was about to post the same thing!
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Why do yall think I say "yes sir" and "no sir" when I'm talking to Radar? I'm about a foot shorter than Pat and only half as mean!
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If anyone needs someone to tag along, I would welcome the opportunity, but in about 7 weeks after rehab on my shoulder.

Before I left Temple area/College Station in 1975 and moved to Lubbock. I have fished the Leon above Lake Belton and a few places on the Colorado River (Lemmons Camp) and would absolutely slay them. After being away from this action for 45 years, I would love to get back into it, just do not know where to go today!
The area above the lake you are likely talking about on the Leon has been closed down for a while. Called it the log jam. But yes those are still my 2 favorite go to spots
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If anyone needs someone to tag along, I would welcome the opportunity, but in about 7 weeks after rehab on my shoulder.

Before I left Temple area/College Station in 1975 and moved to Lubbock. I have fished the Leon above Lake Belton and a few places on the Colorado River (Lemmons Camp) and would absolutely slay them. After being away from this action for 45 years, I would love to get back into it, just do not know where to go today!
The area above the lake you are likely talking about on the Leon has been closed down for a while. Called it the log jam. But yes those are still my 2 favorite go to spots
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Old 12-28-2020, 05:01 PM   #43
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White bass fishing/eating is one of my favorite things to do in this life. After deer season I like to call it white bass season
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I'm just going to say don't mess with Radar don't let that jockey size full you. I thought I slipped and fell but when I looked at my gopro after the trip it was clearly a judo chop to the head that did me in. I hope that clears things up for everyone. In closing just be careful of jockeys

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Old 12-29-2020, 10:09 AM   #47
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Same here Steve just busting balls. I used to love fishing for whites in the creek. Still a lot of fun. Maybe 78 will take me

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Old 12-29-2020, 10:15 AM   #48
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The way LCRA is letting water out of Buchanan right now the Colorado up to bend might be sketchy for the run this yr.
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Old 12-29-2020, 11:18 AM   #49
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Inks is always good when they are releasing water out of Buck
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Old 12-29-2020, 01:12 PM   #50
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