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#12412916 - 09/03/17 08:11 PM Indian creek
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what's the best way going about getting into Indian at ray Roberts?

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#12412963 - 09/03/17 08:39 PM Re: Indian creek [Re: Nathan_Flovin]
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- Stay to the right of Wolf Island. The water is 60 ft. deep until you get behind the island. Wolf lays North/East from there.
- Depth will quickly jump to 40 ft. Stay in the middle of the open water keeping on that heading.
- Before the mouth of Indian it narrows with shallow points on both sides. Keep it dead in the middle of the open water into Indian.
- There is a Island just past the mouth of the creek that sits in the middle of the cove. It has 20 ft. of water to the left and 35 ft. to the right which is the main ditch.
- Once you get past the island in Indian it is a straight shot to the Dog Leg that breaks north. Stay more toward the left of the open water from the island to the dog leg.
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#12412975 - 09/03/17 08:44 PM Re: Indian creek [Re: Nathan_Flovin]
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#12413064 - 09/03/17 09:20 PM Re: Indian creek [Re: Nathan_Flovin]
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What Mr. Harper said and then idle from there.

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#12413119 - 09/03/17 09:49 PM Re: Indian creek [Re: Nathan_Flovin]
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Follow someone who knows what their doing
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#12413127 - 09/03/17 09:54 PM Re: Indian creek [Re: moto382]
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Originally Posted By: moto382
Follow someone who knows what their doing


I would say the same. You can run to Forest Creek if you know the drill. If the water drops, there are some big stumps in what looks like clear water. No need to get into bad habits.
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#12413580 - 09/04/17 10:43 AM Re: Indian creek [Re: Nathan_Flovin]
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thanks for the help guys. is there a way to get there from pierce springs branch? I have a trail going from buck creek ramp the the mouth of that cove.

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#12413722 - 09/04/17 12:34 PM Re: Indian creek [Re: Nathan_Flovin]
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Just run till you hit something, then mark a way point! lol

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#12413735 - 09/04/17 12:52 PM Re: Indian creek [Re: Nathan_Flovin]
Barrett Offline
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Registered: 05/27/09
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There is a telephone pole at the mouth of Indian that is prob 6 inches under the water and will prob kill you. Do not just let it fly.

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#12413785 - 09/04/17 02:12 PM Re: Indian creek [Re: JCHANDLER]
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Originally Posted By: JCHANDLER
Just run till you hit something, then mark a way point! lol
the problem is that waypoint could cost thousands of dollars.

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#12413789 - 09/04/17 02:16 PM Re: Indian creek [Re: Nathan_Flovin]
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From the bridge on pierce, aim right toward St. James, then an immediate left just before the pond, follow the gap between the road beds, arcing toward Wolf, you'll intersect with the run Donald mentions. Idle it a couple of times to find the sweet spot.
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#12413862 - 09/04/17 03:55 PM Re: Indian creek [Re: David Burton]
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Originally Posted By: David Burton
From the bridge on pierce, aim right toward St. James, then an immediate left just before the pond, follow the gap between the road beds, arcing toward Wolf, you'll intersect with the run Donald mentions. Idle it a couple of times to find the sweet spot.
thanks man

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#12413912 - 09/04/17 04:49 PM Re: Indian creek [Re: Nathan_Flovin]
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Man that lake puckers me up

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#12413929 - 09/04/17 05:07 PM Re: Indian creek [Re: Jake Shannon(Skeet4Life)]
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Loc: somervell county
Originally Posted By: Jake Shannon(Skeet4Life)
Man that lake puckers me up
Yep. You would have unlimited structure to fish if you had waypoints to every lower unit underwater!
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#12414542 - 09/05/17 06:07 AM Re: Indian creek [Re: Nathan_Flovin]
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The path Donald described is not as clear cut as it sounds unless you have run it over and over. I would recommend idling it on a sunny day and mark waypoints. As soon as the water levels change, it is a whole new run so keep that in mind too.

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