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#12747704 - 05/08/18 12:51 PM 1992 Honey Hole
spacejunkie Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 02/26/13
Posts: 1325
Loc: Central Texas
lake maps. Anyone else have any and do you still use them? Just found some of my old ones and am thinking of starting to use them again. Any tips if you do still use them?

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#12747836 - 05/08/18 02:43 PM Re: 1992 Honey Hole [Re: spacejunkie]
texasbass1 Offline
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Registered: 02/12/05
Posts: 5993
Loc: The Colony, TX
I have one for Ray Roberts. Still use it on occasion. No real tips but the grid can make it a challenge to use. But some of the tips are still reliant.
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#12747892 - 05/08/18 03:21 PM Re: 1992 Honey Hole [Re: spacejunkie]
ovbonner Offline
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Registered: 08/30/09
Posts: 51
Loc: Alabama
I use them all the time for study purposes. On the water I use my Lakemaster maps.

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#12747988 - 05/08/18 04:36 PM Re: 1992 Honey Hole [Re: spacejunkie]
spacejunkie Offline
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Registered: 02/26/13
Posts: 1325
Loc: Central Texas
Same here ovbonner. Have "OLD" structure maps for Rayburn, TB, RC, Conroe and a few others. One I have from Rayburn was a Corp map that I had to color in the lake level on about 10 pages of big copy paper. That one is very detailed.

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#12748236 - 05/08/18 07:35 PM Re: 1992 Honey Hole [Re: spacejunkie]
reeltexan Offline
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Registered: 03/03/06
Posts: 2477
Loc: Ovilla, TEXAS

Have one for Squaw
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"..The pleasantist angling is to see the fish
Cut with her golden oars the silver stream,
And greedily devour the treacherous bait.
Bill Shakespeare






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