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#11475279 - 03/13/16 07:24 PM Spawn in creek ?
KBW Online   content
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Registered: 02/14/02
Posts: 396
Loc: East Texas
This morning I caught 10 big sandies full of eggs in a little east texas creek.
No males and the bite was slow.
Sooooo where are the males? Last year around this time I caught over 200 from this creek. The vast majority being males. A few of those males were oozing "jizz" as if they were fertilizing eggs and decided to eat my beetle spin.

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#11480819 - 03/16/16 09:21 AM Re: Spawn in creek ? [Re: KBW]
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Registered: 11/09/03
Posts: 4865
Loc: Boerne, Texas
Originally Posted By: KBW
Sooooo where are the males?



Down stream a little ways. While the young guys are fighting with each other to see who's going to see the girls first, the old guys are quietly swimming past them headed upstream.

That's my guess
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#11481374 - 03/16/16 12:55 PM Re: Spawn in creek ? [Re: KBW]
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Registered: 02/16/16
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Usually the males beat the females there by 3 weeks, the females then start moving up creek when they are ready.
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