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Low-water West Texas Lakes #12686290
03/23/18 07:13 PM
03/23/18 07:13 PM
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Bro Raif Offline OP
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Anyone find success in any of the West Texas lakes where the water is low? Alan Henry is still over 80% and may have its advantages, but I was just curious what success others may have had in the low water reservoirs.


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Re: Low-water West Texas Lakes [Re: Bro Raif] #12687195
03/24/18 02:16 PM
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