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Proctor? #10642488 02/24/15 04:44 AM
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Anyone have any info on Proctor that they are willing to PM? I'm trailering the 21' pontoon down over the weekend of March 14th. Going to take my dad, his best friend and my brothers out to try to find some crappie. Is there any live bait for sale in the area? Thanks guys.

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Re: Proctor? [Re: briancooper] #10642743 02/24/15 01:05 PM
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Proctor is currently at 29% capacity (-12.81 low). Only ramp open is Sowell Creek day use; 4 wheel drive is recommended. Take it slow; lots of hazards just below the surface. Most condos/brush piles are currently on dry ground although there are a few in deeper water. Brush and rocks just off the Rip Rap should be good fishing in March. You can get minnows by the pound at Arms Bait just south of the town of Proctor if the stores in town don't have any. Shade Tree just across the road from Copperas Creek Park entrance gate normally has minnows also.
Pray for Rain.


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