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#10819150 - 05/05/15 01:33 AM The fish were biting on Granger
jason77 Offline

Registered: 08/11/14
Posts: 129
Well since I can't sleep , I figured I would let every one who was thinking about Taking a trip out to Granger lake. The were really biting all day. I took my boys and newphews Sunday. We did not keep any, our freezers were already full. We went through 2 32 oz jars of Chemdawgs dough bait. When we ran out of bait we quit fishing for the most part. I had 2 jars of someone else's bait in the boat that some one gave me. We only caught a few on it so the kids wanted to go. The fish were every were for
1-10 ft of water. There were in the grass weeds and stumps. If u wanted to make a run out there this is a great time to go. Just about every cast we caught fish when we were using Chemdawgs bait.
Lovin my Chemdawgs Dawgs Doughbait/ dip bait it's just as good Slip corks got .75 cents . They are the best I have used So far. I have never castes as far with any other cork before

#10829454 - 05/08/15 07:47 PM Re: The fish were biting on Granger [Re: jason77]
centxhunter Offline

Registered: 08/10/13
Posts: 20
Have always wanted to try Granger, but have not made it yet, and don't really know the lake. Any areas in particular that might be good? I want to take my son out and have some luck. We've been fishing Stillhouse, but getting discouraged.


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