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#12849325 - 08/01/18 08:13 AM Naconiche
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Registered: 06/19/14
Posts: 1298
*** any advice ? ***
never been ....heading there Friday

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#12849353 - 08/01/18 08:29 AM Re: Naconiche [Re: flukeman83]
Brad R Offline
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Registered: 03/09/15
Posts: 1950
Loc: Texas
We went back in April, fished it on one of the last cold days of the year. We were all in kayaks/one canoe. A super lake for those sorts of vessels to wiggle in and out of the stumps.

Stumpy? Yes, so from a bass boat, be careful.

Many do very well fishing up near the bridge but the whole lake is chock full of bass in all the expected places. Friends caught quite a few in the 5 to 8 lbs. range in several locations, one of the kayak anglers just more or less parked out at the bridge and had a super weekend.

I'd just use your best confidence baits using those you'd use to target larger bass. One recent video had a couple of pro anglers using top waters. Gosh, if they are hitting on them, hang on tight!

Nice area. You'll love it. We are planning a return trip in October or so.

Small park entry fee, nice clean place.

Brad

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#12849906 - 08/01/18 04:14 PM Re: Naconiche [Re: flukeman83]
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Registered: 12/31/15
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Loc: Humble,Tx
Been catching them in 8 to 10 feet of water with plastics in the trees. Caught a few top water early and late but mostly plastics.

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#12849957 - 08/01/18 05:20 PM Re: Naconiche [Re: flukeman83]
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...Great ....
Thanks ..... plastics are right up my ally

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#12850078 - 08/01/18 07:21 PM Re: Naconiche [Re: flukeman83]
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I am in line with Brad R. I will fish Naconiche in the Fall. When it gets hot, I like to drop the Merc and spin around the lake. When you get back into the stumps, you can't just come flying out.
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#12850188 - 08/01/18 09:00 PM Re: Naconiche [Re: flukeman83]
D1988 Offline
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Registered: 07/31/16
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Loc: Texas
Great lake. Fish the old road beds.

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#12850195 - 08/01/18 09:03 PM Re: Naconiche [Re: flukeman83]
D1988 Offline
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Loc: Texas
Watermelon Red brushhog. Kills em.

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#12850196 - 08/01/18 09:03 PM Re: Naconiche [Re: flukeman83]
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Loc: Lufkin, Texas USA
Originally Posted By: flukeman83
...Great ....
Thanks ..... plastics are right up my ally


With a name like that how could they not be? fish
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#12850356 - 08/01/18 10:41 PM Re: Naconiche [Re: flukeman83]
MadFluker Offline
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Registered: 10/30/16
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Originally Posted By: flukeman83
*** any advice ? ***
never been ....heading there Friday


BRAIDED LINE !!!

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#12850489 - 08/02/18 07:36 AM Re: Naconiche [Re: flukeman83]
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....thanks again.....
going in the morning,,,, all advice is helpful

Flukes, brush hogs, grubs, Mag II worms, craws ..... you name it, I got it.

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#12850502 - 08/02/18 07:49 AM Re: Naconiche [Re: flukeman83]
bassmanrudy Offline
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Loc: Bossier City, LA
If that is the lake Timmy Horton won his round on for MLF I'd crank the old roadbed with a 5/6XD!
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#12850691 - 08/02/18 10:13 AM Re: Naconiche [Re: flukeman83]
5PounderOnAFrog Offline
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Registered: 12/03/10
Posts: 354
Loc: Conroe
Fished it during that heatwave a few weeks ago. Thermocline was right at 15 feet, making most of the roadbeds a no-go. That may have changed though.

Didn't really establish a solid pattern so cant help much there. Caught a few dinks on a shakey head and a decent one on a c-rig.

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#12850711 - 08/02/18 10:29 AM Re: Naconiche [Re: flukeman83]
Brad R Offline
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Loc: Texas
One "other" interesting tidbit to pass along: watch out for falling trees. It seems it was Benny H's bros-in-law who was in his kayak, had one fall very close to him.

So, when we were out there, sure enough, we heard a loud noise as one came down. We didn't see it but the sound of a falling tree is hard to miss. We were in a cove.

I believe I read another account of this. It must be that since the lake was impounded, then later opened, that many of the trees are just at that "rotting" stage after "X" years where they topple over. You will see quite a lot of trees lying on their sides.

Brad


Edited by Brad R (08/02/18 10:31 AM)
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#12850909 - 08/02/18 12:58 PM Re: Naconiche [Re: flukeman83]
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Registered: 06/19/14
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...love a good "laydown" .....
that is what I miss on Athens ,,,,, timber

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#12851203 - 08/02/18 04:21 PM Re: Naconiche [Re: flukeman83]
Jaret Latta Offline
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Registered: 01/06/07
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Loc: Austin, Tx/Nacogdoches, Tx
They been falling for years. Wasps are what you need to watch out for

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