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Sam Rayburn tips? #12344003
07/17/17 03:11 PM
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Renting a boat on Sam Rayburn this saturday any tips would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks

Re: Sam Rayburn tips? [Re: DARC8man] #12344293
07/17/17 06:18 PM
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I would fish the 147 bridge, nice and shady too. The area around the North/East side of the bridge starting close and working towards Harvey has a lot of brush towards hog creek. That should put you on some fish. Vertical fishing at the bridge should give a few clues as to the pattern. You can launch at Cassells-Boykin, Jackson Hill or Harvey Creek to get to the bridge close by.



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