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#12439645 - 09/24/17 01:28 PM Joe Pool still producing
BUBBAJ 115 Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 02/10/09
Posts: 1524
Loc: Grand Prairie
Didn't get on the water until 9:30am and fished until 11:00am. First spot was a brushpile in 19' of water and only produced a few dinks. Second was a submerged tree, pulled 5 keepers and a few dinks. Last spot was shallow brush in 14' of water on a flat. Pulled 20 keepers then headed home. All fish caught and released. All on jigs heads and plastics from www.lilypadjigs.com.
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#12441357 - 09/25/17 04:12 PM Re: Joe Pool still producing [Re: BUBBAJ 115]
frankc3004 Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 09/29/13
Posts: 5
Loc: Mansfield
My son and I were out there Sunday morning also we were fishing under the bridge caught a lot of small ones but no keepers😂

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#12442229 - 09/26/17 02:06 AM Re: Joe Pool still producing [Re: BUBBAJ 115]
scruboak Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 03/11/03
Posts: 1134
Loc: Cisco,tx
bridges a waste but lots of fun catching.

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#12442858 - 09/26/17 01:08 PM Re: Joe Pool still producing [Re: BUBBAJ 115]
TxBigball Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 09/17/17
Posts: 15
Loc: Arlington, TX
Joe Pool just frustrates me on so many levels! Good report!
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#12443551 - 09/26/17 10:26 PM Re: Joe Pool still producing [Re: BUBBAJ 115]
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Loc: Universal City Tx.
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#12443610 - 09/27/17 01:47 AM Re: Joe Pool still producing [Re: TxBigball]
crope1 Offline
Ronnie Hurt'em Roberts

Registered: 05/20/10
Posts: 6606
Loc: mansfield,tx
Originally Posted By: TxBigball
Joe Pool just frustrates me on so many levels! Good report!
welcome to the forum!

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#12444963 - 09/28/17 02:08 AM Re: Joe Pool still producing [Re: BUBBAJ 115]
scruboak Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 03/11/03
Posts: 1134
Loc: Cisco,tx
Joe pool might mature finally next year but it's location says not happening.


Edited by scruboak (09/28/17 02:09 AM)

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#12444964 - 09/28/17 02:11 AM Re: Joe Pool still producing [Re: BUBBAJ 115]
scruboak Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 03/11/03
Posts: 1134
Loc: Cisco,tx
I will be dead and gone when it ever makes a good fishery.

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#12445083 - 09/28/17 07:18 AM Re: Joe Pool still producing [Re: BUBBAJ 115]
BUBBAJ 115 Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 02/10/09
Posts: 1524
Loc: Grand Prairie
I'll agree that the lake is not a great fishery or easy to fish but it is a good fishery. The bass, crappie and sandbass are doing well and the recent rains in the past few years has helped the shad population. Only a couple times this year I have not been able to at least get a one man limit. Key on Joe Pool is time on the water and keep moving until you find them. Brushpiles are good from March to November. Timber is good summer through fall. Creeks are good in the winters along with suspended fish near the dam in winter. Bridges are best in April. I hear people say every year, we'll next year should be good because I'll I catch is 9 3/4" crappie. while that is mostly true people still have a hard time catching keepers due to time on the water. Definitely have to to search for the keepers but when you find them they usually are willing to bite. I'll struggle on certain other lakes that most people get easy limits and that is simply because I'm not able to spend the time to figure those lakes out. Also 2014 was my best year for big fish. It was the height of the drought and concentrated the fish due to lack of bait and lower water. Average fish that year was 13"-14". Then the floods of 2015-2016 came and scattered them out and have been a little harder to target just the big crappie. Also I have not used minnows in the past 4-5 years, they seem to only hurt the way the way I fish. Some have a hard time catching with jigs but once you get that figured out it makes catching much easier. Fish what you are confident with then adjust accordingly if need be.


Edited by BUBBAJ 115 (09/28/17 08:05 AM)
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#12445092 - 09/28/17 07:31 AM Re: Joe Pool still producing [Re: BUBBAJ 115]
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Registered: 12/30/08
Posts: 4664
Loc: Desoto,Tx. Dallas county
Originally Posted By: BUBBAJ 115
I'll agree that the lake is not a great fishery or easy to fish but it is a good fishery. The bass, crappie and sandbass are doing well and the recent rains in the past few years has helped the shad population. Only a couple times this year I have not been able to at least get a one man limit. Key on Joe Pool is time on the water and keep moving until you find them. Brushpiles are good from April to November. Timber is good summer through fall. Creeks are good in the winters along with suspended fish near the dam in winter. Bridges are best in April. I hear people say every year, we'll next year should be good because I'll I catch is 9 3/4" crappie. while that is mostly true people still have a hard time catching keepers due to time on the water. Definitely have to to search for the keepers but when you find them they usually are willing to bite. I'll struggle on certain other lakes that most people get easy limits and that is simply because I'm not able to spend the time to figure those lakes out. Also 2014 was my best year for big fish. It was the height of the drought and concentrated the fish due to lack of bait and lower water. Average fish that year was 13"-14". Then the floods of 2015-2016 came and scattered them out and have been a little harder to target just the big crappie.
BINGO! thumb

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#12445454 - 09/28/17 12:02 PM Re: Joe Pool still producing [Re: BUBBAJ 115]
MilesHunter Offline
Pro Angler

Registered: 03/17/13
Posts: 819
Loc: Mansfield, TX
Originally Posted By: BUBBAJ 115
I'll agree that the lake is not a great fishery or easy to fish but it is a good fishery. The bass, crappie and sandbass are doing well and the recent rains in the past few years has helped the shad population. Only a couple times this year I have not been able to at least get a one man limit. Key on Joe Pool is time on the water and keep moving until you find them. Brushpiles are good from March to November. Timber is good summer through fall. Creeks are good in the winters along with suspended fish near the dam in winter. Bridges are best in April. I hear people say every year, we'll next year should be good because I'll I catch is 9 3/4" crappie. while that is mostly true people still have a hard time catching keepers due to time on the water. Definitely have to to search for the keepers but when you find them they usually are willing to bite. I'll struggle on certain other lakes that most people get easy limits and that is simply because I'm not able to spend the time to figure those lakes out. Also 2014 was my best year for big fish. It was the height of the drought and concentrated the fish due to lack of bait and lower water. Average fish that year was 13"-14". Then the floods of 2015-2016 came and scattered them out and have been a little harder to target just the big crappie. Also I have not used minnows in the past 4-5 years, they seem to only hurt the way the way I fish. Some have a hard time catching with jigs but once you get that figured out it makes catching much easier. Fish what you are confident with then adjust accordingly if need be.


Exactly! Great stuff Bubba! cheers
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#12445537 - 09/28/17 01:10 PM Re: Joe Pool still producing [Re: BUBBAJ 115]
Satio Offline
Outdoorsman

Registered: 09/01/08
Posts: 82
Loc: Arlington, Texas
Yep, Joe Pool still producing!

I mostly bass fish but have had some fun fishing for crappie keepers. Found a brush pile in about 15' of water that has lots of good size crappie sitting on it. Been back 3 times and it has produced every time.



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#12446098 - 09/28/17 09:20 PM Re: Joe Pool still producing [Re: BUBBAJ 115]
crope1 Offline
Ronnie Hurt'em Roberts

Registered: 05/20/10
Posts: 6606
Loc: mansfield,tx
nice slab Satio!

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