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Buffalo springs lake #12397737
08/23/17 04:50 PM
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Has anyone fished buffalo springs lake in Lubbock Texas? I have to travel up that way coming up and trying to see if it's worth dragging the boat 7 hrs away for it. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks

Re: Buffalo springs lake [Re: Snail] #12397775
08/23/17 05:05 PM
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It has some chunky bass in it. BUT..... it will cost you like 30 bucks to fish it with 2 people. I REFUSE TO PAY THAT! It's by far the most overpriced garbage hole to fish in Texas. That being said you can catch fish...

Re: Buffalo springs lake [Re: Snail] #12397785
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So I assume it has one ramp and that the launch fee? or do you have to get a permit to fish? Are there any other public lakes close to go.

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Re: Buffalo springs lake [Re: Snail] #12397820
08/23/17 05:32 PM
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Alan Henry in Post is a better bet. There is also White River in Crosbyton but it has been low for a long time.

Re: Buffalo springs lake [Re: Snail] #12398472
08/24/17 12:45 AM
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Drive south to alan henry, about 60 miles from lubbock. I dont think you will regret it even if you dont catch a thing. City of lubbock has website with lake fees and google the fishing report. Also some good videos on youtube of some of our very own members pulling some huge bass out of there.

Re: Buffalo springs lake [Re: Snail] #12398848
08/24/17 04:21 AM
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I would agree, go to AH and you would be better off. It is EXPENSIVE to just enter Buffalo Springs. Went to see my god daughter win a triathlon out there and it cost $12 to just ENTER the park, no boat, no rods no nothing but me and a canteen of water. If you need help with AH, PM me and I can give some suggestions, I run the Working Man's T's out there. Some GOOD fish have been being caught this summer, several 6's and 5's and 4's. Hope this helps. Tight lines, keep safe and good luck.

Thad Rains


Tight lines, keep safe and good luck.

Thad Rains
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