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Bryan / College Station Area Fishing #12548109
12/22/17 10:10 PM
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My dad just recently moved to the B/CS area. What lakes around there are good for crappie, white bass & hybrids? Does lake Bryan have fish in it other than a few catfish? How about Gibbons Creek? He just bought a boat and wants to start fishing locally.

Re: Bryan / College Station Area Fishing [Re: learnin to fish] #12548124
12/22/17 10:21 PM
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Somerville. Has all you can want in a fishing lake.


Snowflakes and entitled brats will be the doom of America!


Re: Bryan / College Station Area Fishing [Re: learnin to fish] #12548763
12/23/17 01:33 PM
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What chu chu said
Yegua creek is loaded with crappie


Hooking a fish is like playing string with a cat. The exact size, shape, color of string matters less than how you wiggle it- and little cats are easier to fool than big ones. John Gierach
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