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Has this weather slowed the bite? #12419539
09/08/17 10:56 PM
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Waxahachie, TX
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I've fished Lewisville, Waxahachie, and Joe Pool, since this cool front hit. I was doing good on those lakes up until this front moved in. What's y'alls bite been like?

Re: Has this weather slowed the bite? [Re: BigHead248] #12419545
09/08/17 11:16 PM
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Como, Texas
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I smoked them on Texoma today.


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Re: Has this weather slowed the bite? [Re: BigHead248] #12419723
09/09/17 01:53 AM
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Texarkana, AR
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I fished on Pines Tuesday and it was slow. There was a front that came through Tuesday evening after I got off the lake. We've also read that the fishing has been tough on Fork lately. So, I'm not sure what the problem is......

Re: Has this weather slowed the bite? [Re: BigHead248] #12419735
09/09/17 01:59 AM
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I have had my camper at Murvaul and the fishing has been tough the last 8 days.

Re: Has this weather slowed the bite? [Re: BigHead248] #12419745
09/09/17 02:10 AM
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It was cloudy for almost two weeks up until last weekend. Been lots of sunshine with hardly a cloud in the sky since Saturday.


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Re: Has this weather slowed the bite? [Re: BigHead248] #12419746
09/09/17 02:10 AM
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Red Oak, Galveston, and Pagosa...
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Red Oak, Galveston, and Pagosa...
Gonna head to Fairfield tomorrow.

....I'll let y'all know how it is on a hot water lake.


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Re: Has this weather slowed the bite? [Re: BigHead248] #12420014
09/09/17 02:18 PM
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Lake Fork, Texas
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Re: Has this weather slowed the bite? [Re: BigHead248] #12420190
09/09/17 06:19 PM
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I would think that with the consistently low temps at night and staying below 90 degrees for a while I think the fall pattern may start to kick in and get the fish shallower and a more consistent bite.


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Re: Has this weather slowed the bite? [Re: BigHead248] #12420205
09/09/17 06:31 PM
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Red Oak, Galveston, and Pagosa...
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Caught 18-20 between first light and 9am or so. Then they went somewhere where I couldn't find them. I was bored by 11:30.

Maybe I'll try again this evening.


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Re: Has this weather slowed the bite? [Re: BigHead248] #12420232
09/09/17 07:02 PM
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I had 12 in just a little while this morning all in under 6 ft of water. Yes, the cool nights are making a difference. Water was 79 with 2+ ft visibility, very light wind on Waco. Beautiful morning to be out there.

Re: Has this weather slowed the bite? [Re: BigHead248] #12422636
09/11/17 06:59 PM
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I only fished for a few hours Saturday, but did pretty well.

Re: Has this weather slowed the bite? [Re: BigHead248] #12422748
09/11/17 07:53 PM
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Fished a tournament Saturday on Lake Travis. We caught probably 35-40 bass from 7am-330pm. They were definitely hungry and biting. Only 5 keepers though.

Re: Has this weather slowed the bite? [Re: BigHead248] #12422773
09/11/17 08:12 PM
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Caught 7 good fish in 3.5 hours Sunday. With a 6.5 pounder to finish off the day.

Re: Has this weather slowed the bite? [Re: BigHead248] #12422796
09/11/17 08:29 PM
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I fished Ray Roberts Sunday and it does not have any fish in it. Main lake points, brush piles and rocks, nothing. Being only my second time on that lake. It was really clear. I will go out again next weekend and see if I can get revenge.

Re: Has this weather slowed the bite? [Re: BigHead248] #12422876
09/11/17 09:20 PM
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Well blue bird is usually tough especially with no wind, but the falling water temp can really turn them on. Fayette was on fire Yesterday.

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