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Colorado River in Kingsland #10633910 02/20/15 11:14 PM
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Glad to be home warm and dry. Had a tough day fishing this morning and fighting the wind.
On the water at 8:45 and fished the 1431 bridge first with no bites. overcast skies, wind at 15-20 mph and water temp 55-56.
Ended the day at 2:30 and caught 2 under largemouths all day. Was targeting crappie and looking for some pre-spawn/spawn white bass with no luck.

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Re: Colorado River in Kingsland [Re: Harleyrockstar] #10634565 02/21/15 04:13 AM
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It will get better soon, at least on Granger!


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