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#11599877 - 05/12/16 04:33 PM Ray hubbard
Fishing natural Offline
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Registered: 09/03/12
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Loc: fort worth
fishing rayhubbard right now off of 30 by the rocks lots of wind though hasn't bitten much any other places I can try in the area ?,
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#11600289 - 05/12/16 09:07 PM Re: Ray hubbard [Re: Fishing natural]
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Registered: 01/18/14
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Loc: Rowlett, Texas
I'd expect channels to be in the rocks there. Bait 3'under a float just off the rocks is how I would fish it. I almost went myself, but mowed the grass instead.

Are you in a boat? You could try the power plant jetty. Bank access is limited, but you can try John Paul Jones park and windsurf bay park if not. Miller Rd rocks usually produce some

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#11601130 - 05/13/16 11:10 AM Re: Ray hubbard [Re: HeavyLead]
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Registered: 03/09/16
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Hi heavy lead kinda new on tff was thinkn of trying it out on rocks myself are cats in spawn mode bout now

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#11601248 - 05/13/16 12:00 PM Re: Ray hubbard [Re: Lazy Ike]
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Originally Posted By: 1pburro
Hi heavy lead kinda new on tff was thinkn of trying it out on rocks myself are cats in spawn mode bout now


They are getting close if not already. The power plant jetty rocks were full of 12-14" eaters two Sundays ago. Early arrivals, I'm thinking. Could have just been there for the shad spawn. Either way, I think the rocks are a good bet now.

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