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#11222682 - 11/13/15 04:40 PM Athens or Rayburn
Nutman Offline
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Registered: 11/01/13
Posts: 2634
Loc: Athens, TX
decisions -- decisions,,,,where should I fish this weekend ?
I know how, where & what Athens is fishing
anyone got any info about the fishing at Sam......
just if it is good or slow to bad.
I am not trying to start a firestorm just wondering if I should drive 2.5 hours to SR or 10minutes to Athens
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#11222691 - 11/13/15 04:42 PM Re: Athens or Rayburn [Re: Nutman]
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Registered: 02/17/15
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Loc: Parker County
Rayburn in my opinion. Athens always gives me problems. On me and I'll send you some areas to fish that have worked for me.
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#11222695 - 11/13/15 04:42 PM Re: Athens or Rayburn [Re: Nutman]
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#11222726 - 11/13/15 04:56 PM Re: Athens or Rayburn [Re: Nutman]
WillieKetchum Offline
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Registered: 06/11/15
Posts: 547
Loc: Huntsville, TX
Rayburn hasn't been impressive for the past 2 weeks.

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#11222738 - 11/13/15 05:06 PM Re: Athens or Rayburn [Re: Nutman]
Nutman Offline
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Loc: Athens, TX
OneFishAway---- since I fish Athens a lot,,,,, I live here,,,,, between your's and Willie'spost lokks like I am getting up a little earlier and headed to Rayburn.
any suggestions would be appreciated
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#11222755 - 11/13/15 05:18 PM Re: Athens or Rayburn [Re: Nutman]
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Registered: 06/11/15
Posts: 547
Loc: Huntsville, TX
You must've misread my post

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#11222786 - 11/13/15 05:47 PM Re: Athens or Rayburn [Re: Nutman]
Andrew Y'Barbo Offline
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Registered: 06/25/12
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Loc: Lufkin Texas
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#11222793 - 11/13/15 05:52 PM Re: Athens or Rayburn [Re: Nutman]
Clark Reehm Online   content
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Registered: 11/18/09
Posts: 449
Loc: East Texas
We caught 140+ bass on Sam Rayburn on Tuesday on a guide trip with 100+ being keepers. Last week I had two trips and we caught 100+ fish on both those trips. They have been biting pretty good if you know where to look. A lot of those came off mew spots that we found the other day that I had never fished before. Client wanted to learn how to find fish so we spent a good bit of time just looking for new stuff. We were fishing deep/mid range but there are still a lot of fish shallow as well. If you aren't getting bit then you are fishing too slow right now and need to cover water no matter if you are deep or shallow.

I have not been since the cold front passed through but I don't imagine it hurt them too bad since the water temp had been hovering around 70 degress. Should make them bite better if the wind lets you fish. Even if you don't find them it will still be a great day to spend scouting for future trips. Sometimes you learn way more when the fish aren't biting that day.
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#11222886 - 11/13/15 07:10 PM Re: Athens or Rayburn [Re: Nutman]
Bigron119 Online   content
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Registered: 06/28/07
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Loc: Lufkin, TX
3 Tournaments out of Jackson Hill tomorrow.

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#11222890 - 11/13/15 07:16 PM Re: Athens or Rayburn [Re: Clark Reehm]
Andrew Y'Barbo Offline
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Loc: Lufkin Texas
Originally Posted By: Clark Reehm
We caught 140+ bass on Sam Rayburn on Tuesday on a guide trip with 100+ being keepers. Last week I had two trips and we caught 100+ fish on both those trips. They have been biting pretty good if you know where to look. A lot of those came off mew spots that we found the other day that I had never fished before. Client wanted to learn how to find fish so we spent a good bit of time just looking for new stuff. We were fishing deep/mid range but there are still a lot of fish shallow as well. If you aren't getting bit then you are fishing too slow right now and need to cover water no matter if you are deep or shallow.

I have not been since the cold front passed through but I don't imagine it hurt them too bad since the water temp had been hovering around 70 degress. Should make them bite better if the wind lets you fish. Even if you don't find them it will still be a great day to spend scouting for future trips. Sometimes you learn way more when the fish aren't biting that day.


Swore I saw you on the water today.

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#11222898 - 11/13/15 07:23 PM Re: Athens or Rayburn [Re: Nutman]
Clark Reehm Online   content
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Registered: 11/18/09
Posts: 449
Loc: East Texas
Been sitting on a computer all day working on a proposal. Still trying to line up enough support to fish the Tour next year. You have to juggle it all... Make money that day by guiding or teaching classes or do all of the business stuff associated with being a bass pro trying to make the bigger money later.

We did go on the water for a little bit yesterday but we didn't fish enough to claim that we went. I had a buddy in from Arkansas.
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#11222903 - 11/13/15 07:24 PM Re: Athens or Rayburn [Re: Bigron119]
Clark Reehm Online   content
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Registered: 11/18/09
Posts: 449
Loc: East Texas
Originally Posted By: Bigron119
3 Tournaments out of Jackson Hill tomorrow.


What tournaments?
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#11222926 - 11/13/15 07:45 PM Re: Athens or Rayburn [Re: Clark Reehm]
dmr183 Online   content
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Registered: 09/13/11
Posts: 749
Loc: San Antonio
Originally Posted By: Clark Reehm
We caught 140+ bass on Sam Rayburn on Tuesday on a guide trip with 100+ being keepers. Last week I had two trips and we caught 100+ fish on both those trips. They have been biting pretty good if you know where to look. A lot of those came off mew spots that we found the other day that I had never fished before. Client wanted to learn how to find fish so we spent a good bit of time just looking for new stuff. We were fishing deep/mid range but there are still a lot of fish shallow as well. If you aren't getting bit then you are fishing too slow right now and need to cover water no matter if you are deep or shallow.

I have not been since the cold front passed through but I don't imagine it hurt them too bad since the water temp had been hovering around 70 degress. Should make them bite better if the wind lets you fish. Even if you don't find them it will still be a great day to spend scouting for future trips. Sometimes you learn way more when the fish aren't biting that day.


eeks I couldn't imagine catching those numbers, used to catch 50+ on Amistad and thought.........it just doesn't get any better than that! Then I move out to AZ and 10 fish a day is a good day... I can't wait to get back to TX!

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#11222960 - 11/13/15 08:23 PM Re: Athens or Rayburn [Re: Nutman]
Clark Reehm Online   content
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Registered: 11/18/09
Posts: 449
Loc: East Texas
It would be a bad day on Rayburn right now if we didn't catch 50+ a day. Been like that for awhile now.
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#11223249 - 11/14/15 07:54 AM Re: Athens or Rayburn [Re: Nutman]
Kevin Bryant Offline
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Registered: 09/23/04
Posts: 3525
Loc: GRAPEVINE, TX
Rayburn was pretty good yesterday. Caught them shallow on t-rigs. Try to find the patchy hydrilla. Not much of it right now.

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