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#10893878 - 06/03/15 09:40 PM Wheeler Branch
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Registered: 02/13/14
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Loc: Coppell, TX
Spent the day getting sunburned out there on Monday. Two different patterns produced for me. (1) Soft plastics (either T-rigged 10" green pumpkin lizard or 5" wacky-rigged Senko in black/blue fleck or red neon), fished on shady side of flooded willow trees at west end or flooded brush at north end - 2-4' of water; (2) 3.5" pearl/grey back swim baits on 1/8 oz jigheads in 10-15' of water off the rocks north of the island. Best fish was about 3.5 pounds and smallest was about 1.5 pounds. Lots of fun.
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#10894320 - 06/04/15 07:16 AM Re: Wheeler Branch [Re: phototex]
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how's the water? clear? murky?
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#10894605 - 06/04/15 09:02 AM Re: Wheeler Branch [Re: phototex]
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Wet (Sorry, but sometimes I just can't help myself).

The back of the west cove looked like an algae bloom was occurring - fairly clear, visibility about 1.5-2 feet. The rest of the lake had clear water with at least 3 feet of vis.

Hope this helps.
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