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#11667274 - 06/14/16 04:43 PM Where's the bigger fish on Ray Bob
onfirecrappie Offline
Outdoorsman

Registered: 02/12/13
Posts: 191
Loc: Gunter,Texas
It seems like the majority of the times I have been to Ray Roberts I catch 4 fish under 10" for every 1 I catch that's over. Is everyone else having the same issue with Ray Roberts or is it just me? I usually keep 10-20 fish when I go if I'm willing to work all day and move around a lot. Just wondering if others are finding better quality fish, and if so any help in locating them would be appreciated? Right now I mainly have been fishing bridges and timber in 25' of water catching fish 10'-14' down. Don't get me wrong, catching smaller fish is more fun than not catching at all but I would rather target bigger fish. Thanks for any replies

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#11667961 - 06/14/16 10:28 PM Re: Where's the bigger fish on Ray Bob [Re: onfirecrappie]
Jacky Wiggins Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 02/14/03
Posts: 1283
Loc: Copper Canyon, Texas, USA
May try some brush piles in 20-30 ft of water just on the top of the brush. Try different locations until you find bigger fish. A few years back it seemed like 10 unders for every one keeper. Been better this year for bigger fish on Ray Roberts and Lewisville both.
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#11668202 - 06/15/16 06:00 AM Re: Where's the bigger fish on Ray Bob [Re: onfirecrappie]
CodyTuckerOutdoors Offline
Angler

Registered: 02/10/14
Posts: 408
Loc: Aubrey
You're fishing correctly. The lake is producing bigger fish than I have ever seen. But, I do
Still catch little ones as well. If it's a dink fest, move. Keep moving and target the more aggressive fish. Youre doing things right. Last week I caught most of My really big fish on a jig. This week seems like I can't get a big one to bite a straight jig. They want it tipped with a minnow. They change weekly. Fortunately I'm able To be out there everyday and stay on top of them. My mister fish have been coming out of
12-16 foot of water though. They love that fresh water. Good luck bud!


Edited by CodyTuckerOutdoors (06/15/16 06:01 AM)
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#11668355 - 06/15/16 08:06 AM Re: Where's the bigger fish on Ray Bob [Re: onfirecrappie]
Birddog76262 Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 04/25/09
Posts: 5
I think your results match those of most weekend warriors. Cody can consistently catch better fish, but he has a lot more time to figure out where and how to catch them. When fishing jigs, I've found that switching colors or jig size can often entice a keeper to bite once the pack of dinks starts biting.

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#11669121 - 06/15/16 12:24 PM Re: Where's the bigger fish on Ray Bob [Re: onfirecrappie]
onfirecrappie Offline
Outdoorsman

Registered: 02/12/13
Posts: 191
Loc: Gunter,Texas
Thanks for the replies. I normally fish Texoma and have gotten spoiled I guess. There almost every fish I catch is over (not the numbers though). Unfortunately our boat house was demolished by a storm and I'm waiting for them to get it rebuilt. I live 20 minutes from RayBob and 40 minutes from Texoma. Those two lakes, in my opinion are polar opposites in the way they fish. Thanks again.

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