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#12495560 - 11/07/17 02:18 PM Ray Roberts spillway?
Capt. Mac Offline
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Registered: 02/06/13
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Loc: Sanger Tx.
Does anyone fly fish behind the spillway at Roberts. Interested if the stream flow has anything to do with how much success a guy has. I know Moonriver caught a record hybrid there a while back. I remember that we had had a lot of rain and they were releasing a lot of water. I saw that they have only been releasing about 60 cfs lately. Just curious if that's a bad thing, good thing or if it really doesn't matter. You guys have any experiance? I may start fishing down there some, may even shoot a video if I can figure out how to catch some fish.
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#12495660 - 11/07/17 03:40 PM Re: Ray Roberts spillway? [Re: Capt. Mac]
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Loc: Fort Worth
When they are releasing water it can be really good. Just a simple roll cast let the current take it and hang on!
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#12496190 - 11/07/17 10:53 PM Re: Ray Roberts spillway? [Re: Capt. Mac]
Glitchmo Offline
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I have been exactly once, when the water wasn't running, and it sure looked super dead. I got skunked anyways. Spotted a few bluegill in the rocks, but that was about it. Might be good for carp on low water if it was clearer.

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#12496697 - 11/08/17 12:14 PM Re: Ray Roberts spillway? [Re: Smurfs]
Capt. Mac Offline
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Originally Posted By: Smurfs
When they are releasing water it can be really good. Just a simple roll cast let the current take it and hang on!


Does it make any difference how much they are releasing or is it just a matter of the water moving? Is more better?
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#12496769 - 11/08/17 01:03 PM Re: Ray Roberts spillway? [Re: Capt. Mac]
Smurfs Online   content
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Originally Posted By: Capt. Mac
Originally Posted By: Smurfs
When they are releasing water it can be really good. Just a simple roll cast let the current take it and hang on!


Does it make any difference how much they are releasing or is it just a matter of the water moving? Is more better?


Better luck when the water is moving. Friend fishes there alot and like's it at around 36cfs
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#12496836 - 11/08/17 01:44 PM Re: Ray Roberts spillway? [Re: Capt. Mac]
Capt. Mac Offline
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Loc: Sanger Tx.
Thank you Smurfs. It was posted at 16 this morning. Might be a bit dry back there. Supposed to have some nice weather towards the weekend. May have to go on a recon.
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#12521153 - 11/30/17 07:51 AM Re: Ray Roberts spillway? [Re: Capt. Mac]
texasflycaster Offline
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Registered: 01/18/08
Posts: 1636
Loc: Water
If we get rain in the spring, maybe we can get it going again. This year (2017) was exceptional, and there were a lot of days the conditions were "combat" style. The cat is out of the bag when it comes to this "secret."


Not something I eat, but plentiful and some clients do like them.

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