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Fishing around the Houston area this weekend #12419117
09/08/17 03:59 PM
09/08/17 03:59 PM
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Cypress, Texas
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Cypress, Texas
Looking for any lake reports around the Houston area for this weekend. Really just wondering what lakes are open. I believe that Fayette is closed, not sure about Somerville or Gibbons. Introducing a friend to bass fishing this weekend so want to find somewhere for him to catch a few.


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Re: Fishing around the Houston area this weekend [Re: CypressTXBass] #12419149
09/08/17 04:32 PM
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Somerville is closed as well, Gibbons Creek is open.

Re: Fishing around the Houston area this weekend [Re: CypressTXBass] #12419892
09/09/17 10:31 AM
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Bellville, TX
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LCYRA web site indicates Fayette County is open.

Re: Fishing around the Houston area this weekend [Re: CypressTXBass] #12422928
09/11/17 09:58 PM
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Brenham, Texas
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Went to Gibbons last Friday and the fishing was really good. Secondary points is where the fish seemed to be holding, T-rigged worm, and shakey head seem to do the trick for me.

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