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#11329346 - 01/07/16 01:35 PM Squaw Creek question
9094 Offline
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I know this is bass section but figured you guys would know this best.
I promised some kids that I would take them fishing and want to take them tilapia fishing.
Is this a good time at Squaw and is there a specific area?
I hope to get them in a lot of bites.

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#11329356 - 01/07/16 01:38 PM Re: Squaw Creek question [Re: 9094]
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I have not targeted tilapia there, but I hear that the creek up north is good. Just use a cork and some worms. Should have fun.

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#11329373 - 01/07/16 01:44 PM Re: Squaw Creek question [Re: 9094]
Chris Borden Offline
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I will be out there tomorrow. I will watch the graph and see where they are grouped up. I know one cove that has been loaded the past few weeks.

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#11329391 - 01/07/16 01:49 PM Re: Squaw Creek question [Re: 9094]
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yeah i have caught them on the north end on accident on Crankbaits. If you have a graph, you will see it light up at some point. enjoy your time with the kids!
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#11329424 - 01/07/16 02:04 PM Re: Squaw Creek question [Re: 9094]
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During the summer we sacked them up on the north end under a bobber with a worm.


I would head south towards the outlet cove. They are stacked down there in the warmer water right now. Good luck and bring a big towel. They are hard to get a hold on, and will make a mess all over the place.
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#11329558 - 01/07/16 02:54 PM Re: Squaw Creek question [Re: 9094]
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2 creeks on the south end (both sides of the dam) are loaded...fish were in 8-10ft...easy to catch with real worms and bobber. I would suggest 10-12lb line so you can reel them in easily. Use a long shank hook as well...helps to take the hook out easier. They tend to swallow the bait pretty good.
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#11329624 - 01/07/16 03:12 PM Re: Squaw Creek question [Re: musiclife_7]
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Originally Posted By: musiclife_7
2 creeks on the south end (both sides of the dam) are loaded...fish were in 8-10ft...easy to catch with real worms and bobber. I would suggest 10-12lb line so you can reel them in easily. Use a long shank hook as well...helps to take the hook out easier. They tend to swallow the bait pretty good.



this is my thought... id stay south where the water is warmer
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#11329693 - 01/07/16 03:35 PM Re: Squaw Creek question [Re: 9094]
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There are thousands of them right here
https://goo.gl/maps/ZySYH1KKjw62.

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#11329768 - 01/07/16 03:57 PM Re: Squaw Creek question [Re: 9094]
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I seen them in the back mid cove around 8-12 as well last weekend.also saw a bunch running in the reeds toward the discharge

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#11330088 - 01/07/16 05:42 PM Re: Squaw Creek question [Re: bigbass1236]
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Originally Posted By: bigbass1236
I have not targeted tilapia there, but I hear that the creek up north is good. Just use a cork and some worms. Should have fun.


Too cold up there now. Big die off of them last month up there. Water gets in 50s they start to die.

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#11330104 - 01/07/16 05:53 PM Re: Squaw Creek question [Re: whatsaweighin]
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Originally Posted By: whatsaweighin
Originally Posted By: bigbass1236
I have not targeted tilapia there, but I hear that the creek up north is good. Just use a cork and some worms. Should have fun.


Too cold up there now. Big die off of them last month up there. Water gets in 50s they start to die.


We watched two guys catch 'em one right after another last Saturday. PM sent. Good luck.
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#11330469 - 01/07/16 07:54 PM Re: Squaw Creek question [Re: 9094]
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Wow
Thanks guys. Hopefully next weekend it will be warm enough. Sounds like I'll be busy taking fish off hooks.

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#11330499 - 01/07/16 08:02 PM Re: Squaw Creek question [Re: 9094]
Chris Borden Offline
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Originally Posted By: 9094
Wow
Thanks guys. Hopefully next weekend it will be warm enough. Sounds like I'll be busy taking fish off hooks.


You will catch a lot more than you want to clean.

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#11330576 - 01/07/16 08:33 PM Re: Squaw Creek question [Re: 9094]
cren Offline
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Me and my daughter was out there about 3 weeks ago and caught about 20 on 1/4 Oz crappie jig head with a half cut night crawler bouncing it off the bottom in 2 to 8 ft of water in the back cove.

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