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#11066041 - 08/26/15 07:44 PM Lake Granbury?
Sycamore93 Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 08/26/15
Posts: 2
Anyone have any tips/info for bass fishing Lake Granbury? Just moved out there

#11066244 - 08/26/15 09:03 PM Re: Lake Granbury? [Re: Sycamore93]
Fishbonz Offline
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Registered: 12/30/08
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Loc: Desoto,Tx. Dallas county
Fish the Submerged Brush that was covered back in May.

#11090881 - 09/08/15 07:06 PM Re: Lake Granbury? [Re: Sycamore93]
Gunrunner Offline

Registered: 01/23/04
Posts: 408
Loc: Granbury
First you have to remember this year is the first in about 3.5 years we have had a full lake. You didn't say what you were fishing for bass, striper, or sandbass. I don't know a thing about catfish just the ones I feed at my dock. Where are you docking at might be able to point you to something. The exit of the old power plant sometimes have some good sandbass and hybrids working the deeper portion. Futher back into the cove I have caught some fair sized bass in mornings and evenings. Continue on down south from there to the right bend of the river again to your left side of the channel sometimes has sandies and hybrids. For bass the next best place is to go on around the right hand bend on the right toward the power plant there is an old submerged stock tank. I know the river best from 377 southward. Good luck and at least we have had a great spawn of bass this year just was a little late. Now about 7 inches long and sometimes will drive you crazy being such large schools will hit anything.


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