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New at this #12450367
10/02/17 08:19 PM
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Would anyone be able to tell me where I might start looking for brushpiles on Richland. Understand they are in 16-20 feet of water. After that no clue.
I'd like to put my son on some fish.
Thanks in advance!

Re: New at this [Re: Freecobasser] #12450806
10/03/17 01:32 AM
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Brush piles usually get placed in areas protected from the prevailing south-southeast wind so they are fish-able.


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Re: New at this [Re: Freecobasser] #12452124
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Never been on Richland but it's been my experience on other lakes that anywhere you think looks like a good place to put a brush pile...somebody already has. Check you map for drop offs, creek channels, points,and humps. If Richland has any bridges over deep water, you'll want to try them too. Good Luck!

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Not many folks fish RC so there aren't near as many brushpiles built as other Lakes have. Plus it's a 45,000 acre pond with 320 miles of shoreline . If you have a good SI Graph, check out the Shoreline from Fisherman's Point and go West for 5 or 6 miles. You will find several. grin The 287 Bridge in 20' FOW is good this time of year too.

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Originally Posted By: Freecobasser
Would anyone be able to tell me where I might start looking for brushpiles on Richland. Understand they are in 16-20 feet of water. After that no clue.
I'd like to put my son on some fish.
Thanks in advance!
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