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Sandies in the Brazos? Hamms Creek? Anyone?? #12671246
03/13/18 10:07 PM
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Going tomorrow to the Brazos around Painted rock and Hamms Creek to see if the sandies are running in the river. Anyone been out? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

Re: Sandies in the Brazos? Hamms Creek? Anyone?? [Re: CamoKing] #12671650
03/14/18 03:09 AM
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Well,,,,,, you may be a little late?

Re: Sandies in the Brazos? Hamms Creek? Anyone?? [Re: CamoKing] #12672107
03/14/18 02:55 PM
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They are there....run up from Hamm's as far as you can and fish the sand bars/holes.

Re: Sandies in the Brazos? Hamms Creek? Anyone?? [Re: CamoKing] #12672362
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Your not too late. Been there 3 times in last week. Alittle slow, but we have been catching them. Look for 12-15 feet deep. Females still have eggs. Few strippers have been caught.

Re: Sandies in the Brazos? Hamms Creek? Anyone?? [Re: floydster] #12674522
03/15/18 08:31 PM
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Any crappie mix in with sandbrass. Thanks.

Re: Sandies in the Brazos? Hamms Creek? Anyone?? [Re: floydster] #12675291
03/16/18 11:12 AM
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Originally Posted By: floydster
Your not too late. Been there 3 times in last week. Alittle slow, but we have been catching them. Look for 12-15 feet deep. Females still have eggs. Few strippers have been caught.


Guess I need to leave the wife at home, she wouldn't go for that.


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Re: Sandies in the Brazos? Hamms Creek? Anyone?? [Re: CamoKing] #12677142
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Anybody care to share water temps? Going to be there next weekend with my brother and cousin. We will be camped at McCown Valley but would be willing to make the run up river if the sandies are going to be there.

Re: Sandies in the Brazos? Hamms Creek? Anyone?? [Re: FishTheBite] #12677422
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Temp today was 65 degrees before the rain.

Re: Sandies in the Brazos? Hamms Creek? Anyone?? [Re: HooknSlabs35] #12677424
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Originally Posted By: HooknSlabs35
Temp today was 65 degrees before the rain.


Thanks HooknSlabs!

Re: Sandies in the Brazos? Hamms Creek? Anyone?? [Re: CamoKing] #12677747
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Too many da up there now. Go in early February.

Re: Sandies in the Brazos? Hamms Creek? Anyone?? [Re: CamoKing] #12678104
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Marced you saying there's no fish up there now

Re: Sandies in the Brazos? Hamms Creek? Anyone?? [Re: tapout] #12678184
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Originally Posted By: tapout
Marced you saying there's no fish up there now


I think he is trying to say that it is crowded and some the behavior of some of the people is stupid and rude. Which describes a lot of places and the people that frequent those places nowadays. And that is the reason that as much as I would like to take advantage of having many fish confined to a limited amount of water I will probably choose to take my chances on the main lake next weekend.

Re: Sandies in the Brazos? Hamms Creek? Anyone?? [Re: CamoKing] #12678212
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The game wardens were up there yesterday, Hope they will help thin the idiot herd that doesn't like to comply

Re: Sandies in the Brazos? Hamms Creek? Anyone?? [Re: FishTheBite] #12678421
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Originally Posted By: FishTheBite
Originally Posted By: tapout
Marced you saying there's no fish up there now


I think he is trying to say that it is crowded and some the behavior of some of the people is stupid and rude. Which describes a lot of places and the people that frequent those places nowadays. And that is the reason that as much as I would like to take advantage of having many fish confined to a limited amount of water I will probably choose to take my chances on the main lake next weekend.



Exactly.

Re: Sandies in the Brazos? Hamms Creek? Anyone?? [Re: CamoKing] #12678686
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Nothing today, or at least I couldn't find them. Then again- they are cheaper at the store.


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