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#11448982 - 03/01/16 09:16 AM Hybrids around my area?
Statton48 Online   content
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Registered: 11/27/12
Posts: 155
Loc: Gilmer, Tx
Seeing all the hybrids being caught makes me want to try for these jokers. I'm experienced at whites but not hybrids. Any place around LOP or surrounding area have hybrids? I think I remember as a child my dad catching them bellow the spillway at pines, not real sure though. Any help would be much appreciated.

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#11449605 - 03/01/16 01:16 PM Re: Hybrids around my area? [Re: Statton48]
Statton48 Online   content
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Registered: 11/27/12
Posts: 155
Loc: Gilmer, Tx
Well? Guess they don't exist around here lol....if someone would want to go Saturday I'd be game. Have boat and most tackle. 21' triton with 225.

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#11449643 - 03/01/16 01:28 PM Re: Hybrids around my area? [Re: Statton48]
big D Offline
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Registered: 04/03/08
Posts: 185
Loc: Brookshire, TX
Here is a list of hybrid stocked lakes in Texas:

Richland-Chambers: 413,686

Ray Hubbard: 216,814

Cedar Creek Reservoir: 215,660

Conroe: 201,367

Cooper Reservoir: 190,388

Tawakoni: 189,557

Lewisville: 148,670

Belton (Bell County): 124,081

Somerville: 101,175

Palestine: 101,117

Medina: 81,265

Bridgeport: 71,788

Proctor: 67,524

Fort Phantom Hill: 63,400

Benbrook: 54,628

Bardwell: 47,610

Calaveras: 46,643

Victor Braunig: 19,517

Wichita: 18,666

Casa Blanca: 16,061

Lone Star: 14,328

Graham: 12,867

Mackenzie: 9,214

Nasworthy: 6,933

Lake Georgetown: 6,475

Walter E. Long: 6,073

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#11449909 - 03/01/16 03:18 PM Re: Hybrids around my area? [Re: Statton48]
Timmychanga Offline
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Registered: 01/26/16
Posts: 193
Tawakoni has them 43 min. from you.
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#11450059 - 03/01/16 04:19 PM Re: Hybrids around my area? [Re: Statton48]
Statton48 Online   content
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Registered: 11/27/12
Posts: 155
Loc: Gilmer, Tx
Ok so I know the lakes, now the tricky part....how do I catch them?

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#11452893 - 03/02/16 08:56 PM Re: Hybrids around my area? [Re: Statton48]
chrisc/striper express guide service Offline
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Registered: 03/12/07
Posts: 2464
Loc: TEXOMA
Go fishing 😄
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#11452907 - 03/02/16 08:59 PM Re: Hybrids around my area? [Re: chrisc/striper express guide service]
chrisc/striper express guide service Offline
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Registered: 03/12/07
Posts: 2464
Loc: TEXOMA
Sorry had 2 but for real hit the lakes,watch the graph and go find em. Tons to research on here and also check out www.moestackleshop.com for some other helpful videos
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#11453073 - 03/02/16 10:44 PM Re: Hybrids around my area? [Re: Statton48]
Grainraiser Online   content
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Registered: 10/10/09
Posts: 2477
Loc: Mesquite TX
Your best bet is going to be Lake Tawakoni. You want fish the eastside of the lake (east of two mile bridge). There are several humps and deep water near the dam were you can find them. I fish the lake for mostly crappie but know many who fish for hybrids. Search his section for hybrid fishing on Tawakoni to gather more information. Fishing for them is much like fishing for sandies. You just simply need to use larger gear. Many times you find sandies and hybrids running together. Goodluck.

Reggie

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#11515042 - 03/31/16 09:19 PM Re: Hybrids around my area? [Re: Statton48]
snagola Offline
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Registered: 09/15/08
Posts: 446
guaranteed way to catch a hybrid, get size 6 treble hook, put on a chuck of chicken liver, and hold on. it is hard to cast, so you can let it dry out for 30 minutes or it will fall off hook. or drop it down side of boat.

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#11515122 - 03/31/16 09:49 PM Re: Hybrids around my area? [Re: Statton48]
Coffeebreak Offline
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Registered: 04/20/14
Posts: 237
Loc: Euless
You could catch in the feeder creeks of above mentioned lakes. Me and my buddy caught over 30 hybrids in last two weeks time frame. Most of them caught on 1/8 oz jig with 4" white swimming shad or fluke. Good luck


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#11515352 - 04/01/16 12:01 AM Re: Hybrids around my area? [Re: Statton48]
Mckinneycrappiecatcher Online   content
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Registered: 12/20/10
Posts: 3274
Loc: mckinney, tx
Twok has striper too along with lots of sandies and yellows, so be prepared to catch any of the true bass species. Honestly, hybrids follow a lot of the same patterns as sandies so if you know how to catch sandbass, you'll probably be able to find the striper and/or hybrids. And as mentioned above, feeder creeks will hold themes well, and the spillways below these lakes may hold them as well if the water is running.
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