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Things are getting good on Lake Nacogdoches #12687845
03/25/18 01:04 AM
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Fished with George (Ranger-188-2007) today at lake Nac. I think we caught fish at every pile we stopped at. We even got the first crappie off of one of the new piles I just sunk. George got his first double on his tandem rig. If I told y’all that we caught them in 18-28 FOW it would probably start a riot, so I’m not going to tell you that. I’m also not going to tell you that some of them were caught on grass beds in 18 FOW. So don’t ask me, cuz I ain’t sayin’ nothin’! Most fish were suspended in the 10-15ft range, but a few of the larger white crappie came right off bottom. 34 keepers total with probably 15 throwbacks. Water temp was 65° with a hefty SE wind at 15mph and spitting rain. All were caught on jigs with crappie nibbles.










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Re: Things are getting good on Lake Nacogdoches [Re: Jacob] #12687881
03/25/18 01:31 AM
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clap Nicely done guys. Thanks for sharing.

Re: Things are getting good on Lake Nacogdoches [Re: Jacob] #12687943
03/25/18 02:11 AM
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Re: Things are getting good on Lake Nacogdoches [Re: Jacob] #12687971
03/25/18 02:27 AM
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If you said it I believe it...but I think your graph may be reading about 15' off like someone else on here... hahaha... sometimes them fish will set residency in a new pile quick.


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Re: Things are getting good on Lake Nacogdoches [Re: Jacob] #12688034
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Nice photos Jacob!

We ended up with about 35 good keepers today. My neighbor Doug had slab-o-the-day. The photos don't do her justice. She was a chunk.





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Re: Things are getting good on Lake Nacogdoches [Re: Jacob] #12688075
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Re: Things are getting good on Lake Nacogdoches [Re: Jacob] #12688098
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Re: Things are getting good on Lake Nacogdoches [Re: Jacob] #12688101
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Re: Things are getting good on Lake Nacogdoches [Re: Jacob] #12688112
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Good day, indeed...nice pics!

Say, Jacob, tell me about the eggs in the females...

Re: Things are getting good on Lake Nacogdoches [Re: crapicat] #12688147
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Originally Posted By: crapicat
Good day, indeed...nice pics!

Say, Jacob, tell me about the eggs in the females...


George cleaned them. He said every one of them were females and the eggs looked like they needed another 2 Weeks.


Re: Things are getting good on Lake Nacogdoches [Re: Jacob] #12688153
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Good day, indeed...nice pics!

Say, Jacob, tell me about the eggs in the females...


George cleaned them. He said every one of them were females and the eggs looked like they needed another 2 Weeks.


Cool, thanks...thought about pulling a boat out yesterday, didn’t...should have...

Re: Things are getting good on Lake Nacogdoches [Re: Jacob] #12688264
03/25/18 02:04 PM
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Yep from the looks of them, I think another 2-3 weeks and it should be on. I think those fish were just staging almost ready to move up! Great trip. Now to save up for a spot lock!


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Re: Things are getting good on Lake Nacogdoches [Re: Jacob] #12688478
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abt 3 weeks ago, they were nowhere to be found, you were fishing shallow water, and nothing. after I told you to look deeper, even though you were skeptical, you did, and look what your catching.
the fish will not move shallower unless the water becomes very stained and nutrient rich.
look at it this way, they will spawn as shallow as can , or as deep as they must.
After many years of fishing spawn on several lakes, I have NEVER caught big males and females shallow. I call shallow 5 feet or less.
now you can whack them all spawn!! fish

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Originally Posted By: leanin post
abt 3 weeks ago, they were nowhere to be found, you were fishing shallow water, and nothing. after I told you to look deeper, even though you were skeptical, you did, and look what your catching.
the fish will not move shallower unless the water becomes very stained and nutrient rich.
look at it this way, they will spawn as shallow as can , or as deep as they must.
After many years of fishing spawn on several lakes, I have NEVER caught big males and females shallow. I call shallow 5 feet or less.
now you can whack them all spawn!! fish


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