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#11083016 - 09/04/15 09:05 AM Brazos river
dangolephil Offline
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Registered: 04/15/10
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I am taking a group of people from church on a Canoe trip down the Brazos and I haven't been there in a few years and was wondering what the fish were biting there

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#11083381 - 09/04/15 11:45 AM Re: Brazos river [Re: dangolephil]
B_Rod Offline
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We torn them up on Yum Red Shad worms below Whitney last week; it was the only thing i could get them to bite on. BTW, the Yum red shads are actually pinkish and black, not red. If they're releasing while you're down there, silver Kastmasters are money for stripers (not to be confused with money for strippers...that's different). bolt

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#11083730 - 09/04/15 02:38 PM Re: Brazos river [Re: dangolephil]
dangolephil Offline
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Haha thanks b rod that helps and thank you for the clarification that could have been embarrassing

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#11085152 - 09/05/15 12:48 PM Re: Brazos river [Re: dangolephil]
Mark Ray Offline
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Originally Posted By: dangolephil
Haha thanks b rod that helps and thank you for the clarification that could have been embarrassing


particularly so with a church group...
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