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Reluctant but there - Lake Waco #12047213 01/18/17 05:44 PM
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Spent a few hours fishing Lake Waco yesterday. Caught one nice one at the Crappie Condos beneath the twin bridges. Spent most of my time near the docks at the marina. Ended up with 10 keepers total. Not great but enough for fish tacos for three. Most of them were taking minnows about 15 feet down. Softest bite I have ever felt. It was like they were just mouthing the minnow instead of biting it. I had to watch the line more than feel the bite. It was a lot like fly fishing. Plus, I felt like I had to get the minnow right in front of the fish. Water temperature right at 50.

I hope someone is doing better than I am - and will share their knowledge.

Thanks

Re: Reluctant but there - Lake Waco [Re: jfcmoore] #12047271 01/18/17 06:14 PM
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I have been using a jig in the chartreuse color with a minnow on the tip when bite has been like this and have gotten a more aggressive bite. Hope his helps. Tigt lines!

Re: Reluctant but there - Lake Waco [Re: jfcmoore] #12047312 01/18/17 06:32 PM
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