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#10910856 - 06/11/15 10:35 AM Hubbard Miller Road Bridge Wed night.
MtnDew Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 12/14/11
Posts: 907
Loc: Irving, TX
I went out Wed in my kayak, original plan was to paddle from windsurf park and fish the hump at the end of the power plant jetty. I had luck there last friday slow rolling jigs in the shallows during the evening. However once I got out there, the wind was picking up and the rollers were just not any fun. I was out early 5:30pm ish and didn't get anything on the few casts I made. I paddled back to the car and moved to the Miller Road Bridge. I had good reports from the weekend getting big sandies around the Miller Road Bridge.

I was going to work the rip rap, but once I got to the Bridge, I saw 2 bankers pull in sandies on inline spinners. I anchored north of the bridge outside their casting range and joined in. I got a few on inline spinners close to the bottom. I had something hit it hard, pull line a bit but got off somehow. I also tried slabbing but no luck.

I only took one home because he inhaled the spinner and was bleeding bad.

Rob smile

#10928254 - 06/19/15 12:04 PM Re: Hubbard Miller Road Bridge Wed night. [Re: MtnDew]
Bass fro chop Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 06/01/05
Posts: 2522
Loc: Mesquite
Are the fish still there?
I don't always catch fish, but when I do, I prefer Dos Hybrids


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