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#12356025 - 07/24/17 03:26 PM white rock
chris1983 Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 07/24/17
Posts: 2

New member been a lurker for a while and decided to join. I have a question for any fellow anglers that fish whiterock. I recently started fishing the lake with my kayak. I have been all over the lake looking for the crappie. I have fished the standing timber on the mockingbird side of the lake. I tried fished along the damn and I have fishing the boat slips. I have caught a couple of fish but nothing in numbers. I usually end up catching more bass than crappie. Can anyone point me in a good direction and any advice is welcome. Thanks in advance.

Edited by chris1983 (07/24/17 03:31 PM)

#12356055 - 07/24/17 03:53 PM Re: white rock [Re: chris1983]
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Registered: 06/08/10
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Loc: Lewisville

Sorry but I have nothing for you.

Do you have a decent graph on your kayak that you could find brushpiles in 15 to 25' of water? That is were I would start right now.
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#12356115 - 07/24/17 04:36 PM Re: white rock [Re: BlueNitro]
chris1983 Offline
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Registered: 07/24/17
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yes I have a raymarine drangonfly 7. I have scanned the lake it pretty shallow. hard to find water over 13 to 14 foot. I know their are in there, guess I will continue searching lol

#12356127 - 07/24/17 04:40 PM Re: white rock [Re: chris1983]
Jezreel Offline

Registered: 04/11/17
Posts: 35
Loc: Dallas, TX
Similar question asked on this thread a few weeks ago.

I have been around WRL for years, and only time I see crappie coming out is in the spring from the creeks.


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