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#11497505 - 03/23/16 10:53 PM Lake Livingston
SamCollins123 Offline
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Registered: 08/16/15
Posts: 178
Loc: Texas
Does anyone ever fish on lake livingstone? Trying to find some good fishing spots on it but just dnot have a clue where to go.
Thanks in advance

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#11497631 - 03/24/16 04:18 AM Re: Lake Livingston [Re: SamCollins123]
kickingback Offline
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NO
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#11497962 - 03/24/16 08:42 AM Re: Lake Livingston [Re: SamCollins123]
SamCollins123 Offline
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Why no

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#11498160 - 03/24/16 09:46 AM Re: Lake Livingston [Re: SamCollins123]
CoachPayne Offline
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Kickapoo Creek, You can spend all day in that creek and lots of fishing techniques all one creek. Also you can launch in that creek as well so no having to run the big water either.

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#11498278 - 03/24/16 10:31 AM Re: Lake Livingston [Re: SamCollins123]
Cast Offline
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That's a tough lake to fish. Kickapoo is OK.
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#11498336 - 03/24/16 10:56 AM Re: Lake Livingston [Re: SamCollins123]
SamCollins123 Offline
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Loc: Texas
Yeah I have fished it 2 times last week and only got 1. Where is kickapoo at?
I tried wolf creek and Indian creek

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#11498363 - 03/24/16 11:06 AM Re: Lake Livingston [Re: SamCollins123]
flipnstck Offline
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Registered: 01/31/16
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Loc: New Waverly, Texas
Yes I grew up on livingston. It is a hard lake to fish u til you figure them out. Kickapoo is a good creek tk spend the day. White Rock can be a good creek as well once you figure it out. You could also try pinuagh slough.

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#11507590 - 03/28/16 10:13 PM Re: Lake Livingston [Re: SamCollins123]
Kicker16 Offline
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Registered: 06/02/15
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Watch for the floaters, a lot of them are just under the surface!

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#11510795 - 03/30/16 09:19 AM Re: Lake Livingston [Re: SamCollins123]
BMCD Offline
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Registered: 11/01/02
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Loc: Katy, Texas US
Once u get over the muddy waters it actually fishes pretty good. But it is a very tough post front lake.


Edited by BMCD (03/30/16 09:19 AM)

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#11510816 - 03/30/16 09:31 AM Re: Lake Livingston [Re: SamCollins123]
GunGuy Offline
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Registered: 04/18/08
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Loc: Forney TX
We used to run trotlines and rod and reel some as well. The old bridge and road beds were usually productive and we would fish from point blank around thru the shallow water on the north west side of the lake. We used fresh or frozen shad or fresh buffalo. As for bass, there are enough docks and stickups to keep you busy for days.


Edited by GunGuy (03/30/16 09:31 AM)

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#11510835 - 03/30/16 09:38 AM Re: Lake Livingston [Re: SamCollins123]
kellisag Offline
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Registered: 12/08/06
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Originally Posted By: SamCollins123
Yeah I have fished it 2 times last week and only got 1. Where is kickapoo at?
I tried wolf creek and Indian creek


Looking at the Map Kickapoo is the big creek arm that extends North of 190 around mid lake. You actually have Kickapoo, Rocky and Triple creek feeding into that area.

If you want to fish up the creek I would launch at Triple Creek or Broken arrow. If you want to fish close to the 190 bride there are a couple of places right there. Waterfront and Kickapoo Marina. The run from the bridge going up the creek can be a little hairy, lots of stumps, shallow and a blind dog leg turn.
The below shows how you to run it but just know there is a lot of standing timber as well as floaters that are always changing with big winds and floods.


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