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#12187727 - 04/07/17 09:03 AM Hubbard Rocks?
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Registered: 04/16/09
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Anyone found any on the Hubbard rocks yet?

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#12188179 - 04/07/17 01:15 PM Re: Hubbard Rocks? [Re: spazm09]
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I'm sure there are some there. I usually get in to the starting in April every year.
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#12188723 - 04/07/17 09:36 PM Re: Hubbard Rocks? [Re: spazm09]
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Registered: 01/18/14
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Loc: Rowlett, Texas
I'm going to start looking soon. Got my fill of creek hybrids this week. Looking to do a little bit more relaxed fishing. Slip corking the rocks from a kayak is easy mode.

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#12209286 - 04/20/17 07:42 PM Re: Hubbard Rocks? [Re: spazm09]
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Registered: 06/22/02
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What do you think the most effective bait is for that? I would try shad if I had it but wondering if liver or something might be just as effective since it's mostly channels.
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#12209308 - 04/20/17 07:58 PM Re: Hubbard Rocks? [Re: spazm09]
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Shad or some other kind of cut fish is the best. Small chunks of cut carp, bluegill, drum, chunks of big shad, smaller whole shad, live Minnows, live small bluegill. The best stuff is the stuff you can catch right there at the lake.
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#12214372 - 04/24/17 05:54 PM Re: Hubbard Rocks? [Re: spazm09]
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If you live in Richardson, White Rock Lake is a good bet for catching shad. Go early in the morning and cast your net right below the lights on the docks. My record in one cast has been 53 shad and a 14 pound blue cat. The blue cat was released to live another day, however the shad got destroyed on the rocks at Hubbard. Fishing the rocks at mother hubbard may be my favorite time of the year

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#12214373 - 04/24/17 05:55 PM Re: Hubbard Rocks? [Re: spazm09]
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PM me if you need any help!

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#12217018 - 04/26/17 07:47 AM Re: Hubbard Rocks? [Re: JuniorPro22]
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Originally Posted By: JuniorPro22
If you live in Richardson, White Rock Lake is a good bet for catching shad. Go early in the morning and cast your net right below the lights on the docks. My record in one cast has been 53 shad and a 14 pound blue cat. The blue cat was released to live another day, however the shad got destroyed on the rocks at Hubbard. Fishing the rocks at mother hubbard may be my favorite time of the year


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#12218376 - 04/26/17 07:25 PM Re: Hubbard Rocks? [Re: JuniorPro22]
PlanoJames Offline
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Originally Posted By: JuniorPro22
If you live in Richardson, White Rock Lake is a good bet for catching shad. Go early in the morning and cast your net right below the lights on the docks. My record in one cast has been 53 shad and a 14 pound blue cat. The blue cat was released to live another day, however the shad got destroyed on the rocks at Hubbard. Fishing the rocks at mother hubbard may be my favorite time of the year


How big were these shad?

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#12221490 - 04/28/17 01:26 PM Re: Hubbard Rocks? [Re: spazm09]
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Registered: 04/04/11
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Loc: Plano, TX
Night Crawlers are my go to bait on the rocks. That or stubbys.

3ft under a cork. cast until I find them. Once i find them, its rare that the bait is in the water for more than 5 seconds.

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#12227283 - 05/02/17 02:01 PM Re: Hubbard Rocks? [Re: spazm09]
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Has anyone been fishing on the rocks at Hubbard in the past week or so? How has it been? Thanks.

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#12227553 - 05/02/17 04:00 PM Re: Hubbard Rocks? [Re: PlanoJames]
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Originally Posted By: PlanoJames
Originally Posted By: JuniorPro22
If you live in Richardson, White Rock Lake is a good bet for catching shad. Go early in the morning and cast your net right below the lights on the docks. My record in one cast has been 53 shad and a 14 pound blue cat. The blue cat was released to live another day, however the shad got destroyed on the rocks at Hubbard. Fishing the rocks at mother hubbard may be my favorite time of the year


How big were these shad?

The shad range from 3 inches to sometimes even a foot long. Sorry for the late response, it's finals week here at school. Because of being at school in Arkansas I haven't had the opportunity to go fishing yet on the rocks, but I usually will start catching them consistently mid May through June

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#12249208 - 05/16/17 11:32 PM Re: Hubbard Rocks? [Re: spazm09]
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Registered: 07/13/12
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Loc: Dallas
Anyone been out recently? Planning on going out Thursday

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#12249808 - 05/17/17 11:54 AM Re: Hubbard Rocks? [Re: spazm09]
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This was last week. It's still a little early. I'm only catching decent numbers when I can find the shad against the bank. I've been driving around until I see a good bait slick running up against the bank, and I stop and fish that. Lots of smaller fish still. Out of that limit, only 3 males looked like they were ready to spawn. Most of the eggs weren't very developed yet.
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#12249890 - 05/17/17 12:22 PM Re: Hubbard Rocks? [Re: TxPacker4]
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Originally Posted By: TxPacker4


This was last week. It's still a little early. I'm only catching decent numbers when I can find the shad against the bank. I've been driving around until I see a good bait slick running up against the bank, and I stop and fish that. Lots of smaller fish still. Out of that limit, only 3 males looked like they were ready to spawn. Most of the eggs weren't very developed yet.


What does a "bait slick" look like? I'm not familiar with this term

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