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Fishing after this cold spell #12584356
01/18/18 04:56 PM
01/18/18 04:56 PM
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me and the boys Offline OP
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Any tips ? I have been hitting Whitney and the river some lately.
I have even learned deadsticking somewhat.I would like to hear your thoughts on what part of lake and how deep to look now?

Re: Fishing after this cold spell [Re: me and the boys] #12587016
01/20/18 11:16 AM
01/20/18 11:16 AM
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pottsboro,texas u.s.
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With the warm up this weekend after the severe cold some active fish will move up out of the deep water on the edges of flats,points,and humps.

Re: Fishing after this cold spell [Re: me and the boys] #12587232
01/20/18 03:54 PM
01/20/18 03:54 PM
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I'm not that familiar with Whitney, but here at Cedar Creek I am able to find and catch whites and some hybrids on tops of humps that are 20 to 26 ft deep on top. And this is since the last cold snap with water temps now down to 43 degrees.

Re: Fishing after this cold spell [Re: me and the boys] #12587904
01/21/18 03:22 AM
01/21/18 03:22 AM
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If it’s a bluebird day it can be tough.
The worse the weather is the better the stripers like it.
Cold, misting, foggy. Pretty much if you don’t want to be out there there it’s on!

I always tell everyone no matter if there customers, friends, or family.....Go fishing if you get the chance.
We have so much information the days you can find a million reasons not to fish.

The only three reasons you shouldn’t try is wind, hard rain, and electrical storms.

Last edited by RANDY WOOD; 01/21/18 03:24 AM.

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Re: Fishing after this cold spell [Re: RANDY WOOD] #12589786
01/22/18 12:02 PM
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Randy:
Great advice. No need to wait until old age to go fishing. Do it now!


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