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Schooling fish on Fork #10647450 02/25/15 07:02 PM
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Yesterday while crossing over the Little Mustang bridge about 1:30PM I looked out and saw the water boiling while shad were being demolished. Not sure it was sandbass or bass but still cool to see it considering the weather.
Actually have started seeing some shad being exploded on while out fishing but usually just a blowup or two.

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Re: Schooling fish on Fork [Re: Mark Perry] #10647535 02/25/15 07:39 PM
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Wouldn't be surprised one bit if it was largemouth. We've been catching schooling fish on pines since December.

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Originally Posted By: Jay Kendrick
Wouldn't be surprised one bit if it was largemouth. We've been catching schooling fish on pines since December.


I agree. Some of the blowups have been large.

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If it is the area I am thinking it was a well known spot many years ago this time of year for catching some huge pre spawn bass that used to school up there. I may be wrong but I think Jimmy Houston's wife had a really good tournament with that same scenario and location back in the day.


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Probably smallmouth, they like to move around a lot this time of year.


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Originally Posted By: Fishinfellow
Probably smallmouth, they like to move around a lot this time of year.


I don't think there's any smallmouth in fork, not that I know of.


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They were schooling on Toledo last weekend. 51-52 degree water

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Mark, I saw a huge school blowing at the dam on Ray Roberts Sunday, lots of birds on em too.


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Probably smallmouth, they like to move around a lot this time of year.


I don't think there's any smallmouth in fork, not that I know of.


there might be if this weather doesnt change

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Dude you are seeing stuff!
Just kidding- sounds good-would not be surprised at all if some were largemouths- big ones.

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Schoolin out in front of oak ridge too!!


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