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#11817678 - 09/08/16 09:14 AM Sam Rayburn
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Extreme Angler

Registered: 05/14/10
Posts: 1000
Loc: Space City, USA
I'll be going out there soon. Can anyone give me some bass fishing reports? Where to fishing? What baits are working? Never been there looking for a little help.

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#11818016 - 09/08/16 12:01 PM Re: Sam Rayburn [Re: Space]
Insurance man Offline
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Registered: 03/12/14
Posts: 404
Loc: Texas
Tuff time while water is so hot...probably why no response or just tite lips..lol
You can find them on main lake points early and late chasing shad. Some are small schoolers but there are some nice groups as well but may have to hunt for them. Hydrilla is coming back so if you like to punch can be good around creek channels. If that dont work get a wacky and hit the outside hay grass and fish it real slow...should produce a few nice fish. Mid lake to 147 is always good. Good luck hope you do well!

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#11818739 - 09/08/16 06:48 PM Re: Sam Rayburn [Re: Space]
Space Offline
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Registered: 05/14/10
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Loc: Space City, USA
thanks. tight lipped for sure.

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#11818795 - 09/08/16 07:18 PM Re: Sam Rayburn [Re: Space]
Jaret Latta Offline
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Nothing new, what you hear on here will get you bit but is rarely what is really going on. Rayburn typically has 3-4 things going at one time. It changes year to year. Stay shallow and fish. You will find something eventually

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#11819608 - 09/09/16 08:40 AM Re: Sam Rayburn [Re: Space]
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Registered: 02/08/07
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Have heard of some people still catching them on frogs. Look for points with hay grass on them, shouldn't be hard.

Buddy and I have been catching them deep though. We went out last Sunday for a few hours and caught about 20 or so with the all but 1 over 3 pounds. Nothing all that great, but a lot of fun to catch and throwback. Catching them on FB jigs and Carolina rigs.

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#11819710 - 09/09/16 09:47 AM Re: Sam Rayburn [Re: Space]
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Registered: 02/12/12
Posts: 171
Loc: Red Oak, TX
Speaking of the hay grass. Where did this stuff come from? Seems like it was everywhere and I had never seen it on Rayburn before last year. It gets thick and wraps around the prop. Is it another invasive species?

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#11820099 - 09/09/16 01:06 PM Re: Sam Rayburn [Re: J2H1]
Shadetree Offline
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Registered: 09/01/05
Posts: 397
Loc: Port Neches Texas
Originally Posted By: J2H1
Speaking of the hay grass. Where did this stuff come from? Seems like it was everywhere and I had never seen it on Rayburn before last year. It gets thick and wraps around the prop. Is it another invasive species?
Never noticed it before last year either but it is everywhere in Toledo Bend. On the Rayburn fishing, last night on the TV fishing report J> D. Said he was catching some on frog up in holes in the grass early. b
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#11820114 - 09/09/16 01:11 PM Re: Sam Rayburn [Re: Space]
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Registered: 09/08/16
Posts: 5
find the shad, find the bass

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#11820278 - 09/09/16 02:50 PM Re: Sam Rayburn [Re: Space]
Texascajun69 Offline
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Registered: 04/06/09
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Loc: Midlothian, Texas, USA
Mouth of Veach and Five Fingers is not a bad place to start
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#11820334 - 09/09/16 03:41 PM Re: Sam Rayburn [Re: Shadetree]
Jaret Latta Offline
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Registered: 01/06/07
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Originally Posted By: Shadetree
Originally Posted By: J2H1
Speaking of the hay grass. Where did this stuff come from? Seems like it was everywhere and I had never seen it on Rayburn before last year. It gets thick and wraps around the prop. Is it another invasive species?
Never noticed it before last year either but it is everywhere in Toledo Bend. On the Rayburn fishing, last night on the TV fishing report J> D. Said he was catching some on frog up in holes in the grass early. b


It's been there as long as I can remember. It fluctuates with water levels

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#11820545 - 09/09/16 06:32 PM Re: Sam Rayburn [Re: Space]
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Registered: 05/14/10
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Loc: Space City, USA
Thank guys that is really good start.

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