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#11554374 - 04/20/16 09:52 AM are the longnose gar spawning?
Fishing_Frank33 Offline
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Registered: 03/30/16
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Loc: lewisville texas
i went out on the lake yesterday and saw a 6 foot gar being followed by some smaller gar are they about to spawn or what?
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#11554707 - 04/20/16 11:36 AM Re: are the longnose gar spawning? [Re: Fishing_Frank33]
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6 foot longnose is a record get your rod haha, but yah they are spawning
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#11554876 - 04/20/16 12:47 PM Re: are the longnose gar spawning? [Re: Fishing_Frank33]
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#11559462 - 04/22/16 02:37 PM Re: are the longnose gar spawning? [Re: Fishing_Frank33]
acbrown1977 Offline
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Gar are all along the banks right now in like 1 to 3ft of water in the colony (lewisville)

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#11577511 - 05/02/16 01:34 AM Re: are the longnose gar spawning? [Re: acbrown1977]
Leaveammoforme Offline
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This is from last week just past the railroad tracks on Hickory Creek (about halfway between Old Alton and Hickory Creek road). The smaller ones are males and the larger is the female.



As mentioned, a 6 foot Longnose would be a new record. Current record is 5 foot for rod. Here's one at 58" I caught last year on the north end of Lewisville for comparison.


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