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Re: Most pressured spot in DFW [Re: Rudy Lackey] #10929928 06/20/15 03:20 PM
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Originally Posted By: Rudy Lackey
Flo the lake record came from Twin Coves....


doesn't surprise me. I have fished it 100 times and I've caught maybe 2-3 overs there and 5-10 slots/unders. I had a buddy that got into a nice school west side catching 4-5 overs one pass. now once you go into Twin Coves it seems to be better. just those outside points look better than they actually are.

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Re: Most pressured spot in DFW [Re: Rob Lay] #10930010 06/20/15 04:27 PM
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Glade isn't exactly DFW. . .that mouth to Twin Coves is unreal. It definitely not the best fishing spot on that lake but it's always COVERED in guys. I've started avoiding Twin Coves all together.


I'm not sure what to call it, but something like a sucker bet, maybe call it a sucker hole. Everyone knows there are fish in Twin Coves and both sides going in are rocky, deep, and loaded with bait. I have caught some fish there, but it is amazing how few for how good it looks.


I've had the same experience. I know I can usually catch a few in the coves, but you'll be dodging kayaks and other guys fishing the whole time. . .and you won't ever get bit like you expect in there. If you look at the topo it's one of the best looking spots on the lake. . .but at this point I'd rather go fish the Sliver lake tires or the dam.

Re: Most pressured spot in DFW [Re: Fish Killer] #10930211 06/20/15 07:34 PM
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Re: Most pressured spot in DFW [Re: basslegacy] #10930235 06/20/15 07:52 PM
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The aerator on Grapevine maybe?

Re: Most pressured spot in DFW [Re: 361V] #10930259 06/20/15 08:04 PM
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The aerator on Grapevine maybe?


has anyone caught Largemouth on it? I've tried.

Re: Most pressured spot in DFW [Re: basslegacy] #10930318 06/20/15 08:51 PM
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Re: Most pressured spot in DFW [Re: basslegacy] #10930352 06/20/15 09:22 PM
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Re: Most pressured spot in DFW [Re: basslegacy] #10930363 06/20/15 09:29 PM
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Re: Most pressured spot in DFW [Re: basslegacy] #10930386 06/20/15 09:43 PM
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Re: Most pressured spot in DFW [Re: basslegacy] #10930432 06/20/15 10:49 PM
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Re: Most pressured spot in DFW [Re: Knot at work] #10930506 06/20/15 11:55 PM
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Re: Most pressured spot in DFW [Re: Rob Lay] #10930593 06/21/15 12:51 AM
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The aerator on Grapevine maybe?


has anyone caught Largemouth on it? I've tried.


Man honestly I just assume guys are white bass fishing when I see them over there. I've fished it a few times for bass, once with an A rig and once cranking it, no fish on the a rig and we caught a few white bass and 2 catfish on the cranks. . .that said I still think there have to be some bigger bass hanging out below all of those fish that are constantly there.

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Re: Most pressured spot in DFW [Re: basslegacy] #10931090 06/21/15 01:28 PM
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Re: Most pressured spot in DFW [Re: timwins31] #10931432 06/21/15 05:17 PM
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Originally Posted By: timwins31
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The aerator on Grapevine maybe?


has anyone caught Largemouth on it? I've tried.


Man honestly I just assume guys are white bass fishing when I see them over there. I've fished it a few times for bass, once with an A rig and once cranking it, no fish on the a rig and we caught a few white bass and 2 catfish on the cranks. . .that said I still think there have to be some bigger bass hanging out below all of those fish that are constantly there.


catch em all the time there, gotta get below the white bass. mostly small schoolers and spots though. the big ones use the pipe as a funnel up and down the rip rap.


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