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Graham Lake #12145554
03/17/17 04:40 PM
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The crappie bite is on big time...........

Re: Graham Lake [Re: snake oil] #12145771
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I figured Jerry T. in Newcastle would have some input on this one.

Young County is a long ways, but sounds like y'all are slaying em'.


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Re: Graham Lake [Re: snake oil] #12145809
03/17/17 07:43 PM
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I tried dock shooting pretty much all day last Saturday, at Graham. Never got a nibble. The lake is still pretty muddy. I did catch 2 down at the inlet, so at least it was not a total loss that day.

Re: Graham Lake [Re: snake oil] #12145878
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Be windy, but this weekend should be much warmer y'all. May be a different story this weekend. I'm working nights through Thursday morning, so I'm not fishing until about this time next week. Good luck.


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Re: Graham Lake [Re: snake oil] #12146665
03/18/17 02:05 PM
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Lake Graham, Lot 30
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We haven't been catching anything at the crappie house on Lake Eddelman. Its been 3 weeks since
we had a good bite. I talked to some people fishing the 2nd bridge and they aren't catching anything
to speak of there either. I don't know if this is part of the problem but we had a pack of 75 to 100
Cormorants come by our dock at Lot 30.

Johnny

Last edited by machinist; 03/19/17 01:06 AM.

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Re: Graham Lake [Re: BrazosRiverTom] #12146702
03/18/17 03:05 PM
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Tom: It has to be better than PK though. I fished jigs all day yesterday and all I caught was LM Bass, Stripers and one big ole carp. Never knew carp would hit a jig. I thought I had the lake record crappie for a moment.


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Re: Graham Lake [Re: snake oil] #12147233
03/19/17 01:41 AM
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I fished Graham today, all over the lake, and no one was catching anything to talk about. I PM'd snake oil and he never replied. Was asking what area of the lake they were being caught in. I caught 2 and one had a sore, so I did not want to eat that. Graham will probably turn on big time in about 2 more weeks if the weather stays warm. Right now the lake is pretty cloudy, with being very muddy at the bridges where the creeks flow into it. Graham had 3 inches of rain about 4 weeks ago and water has not recovered clear yet.
LOL PK on that large white crappie. I reckon that was fun though. LOL machinist, I had to look up what a Cormorant is. Did not know the name of that. There were a few on the poles at the inlet. One of them last week nearly pooped on a friend of mine, and he swore the bird did it on purpose.

Re: Graham Lake [Re: snake oil] #12147328
03/19/17 02:37 AM
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Snake Oil is selling us all snake oil! I guarantee it isn't "on" anywhere in the area just yet....trollers is what I say...and not the fishing kind.

Re: Graham Lake [Re: SlabbedSilly] #12147602
03/19/17 01:24 PM
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Guess ya never know, Slab these days.


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Re: Graham Lake [Re: BrazosRiverTom] #12147650
03/19/17 02:14 PM
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Tom: We are getting a lot of Cormorants down by the PK dam and in neely slough. We have tons of threadfin and gizard shad very shallow. I was catching shad yesterday in about 4 feet. Every once in a while I'd get a big gizzard in with the threadfins. I think those nasty cormorants are eating the shad and that's why we have so many of them.


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Re: Graham Lake [Re: snake oil] #12148012
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Graham is a horrible crappie lake.......too many stripers.......

Re: Graham Lake [Re: sapalmer] #12148031
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Originally Posted By: sapalmer
Graham is a horrible crappie lake.......too many stripers.......


Yeah, that's the ticket. Keep spreading that news. More for me.

Re: Graham Lake [Re: snake oil] #12149171
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We are catching them off my neighbors dock in about 14' of water on minnows. They don't start untill about 2:30 pm and usually bite till about 5:00.Saturday the wind was out of the east and the bite was real slow.....Only caught 3 keepers.

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Anybody been back out there?
Just wondering if north end is still muddy?

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Bringing this back from the dead. Anybody catching any?

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