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Rising Water #12693634
03/28/18 10:41 PM
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I am not a dyed in the wool white bass / striper fisherperson ( too politically correct?). I usually concentrate on largemouth. A friend is going fishing with me this weekend - Canyon Lake(San Antonio).
While fishing for Largemouth the last couple of weeks, I informed him that I had found white bass in the backs of coves hitting on shad rap type baits. He is going out with me this weekend in search of a few
whites / striper. Area just received some rainfall (around 3-4inches) figure this will dirty up the water some- maybe chocolate milk upper lake by weekend. Is my best bet to troll in the cleanest water I can find or should I still spend time in backs of coves? I have some new rod holders from Extreme Fishing Concepts for the bass boat
to try out.

Re: Rising Water [Re: All Boat, No Bass] #12694447
03/29/18 01:45 PM
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Re: Rising Water [Re: All Boat, No Bass] #12695803
03/30/18 12:39 PM
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Clear water !

Re: Rising Water [Re: All Boat, No Bass] #12696780
03/31/18 01:36 AM
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Thanks gborg, that will be the plan

Re: Rising Water [Re: All Boat, No Bass] #12696957
03/31/18 05:26 AM
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Slightly stained water will be ok..


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Re: Rising Water [Re: All Boat, No Bass] #12697427
03/31/18 08:26 PM
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Very windy today, a bit of chop. 1 Striper, 2 Whites and a dink largemouth. Back of cove along creek bed 8 - 12 FOW - big cove next to
Randolph area cove. 2 inch shad rap and 3/8 oz head 2.5" swimbait-white. Not really my type of fishing, but fun none the less. Will try again.
Allowed me sonar time.

thanks for your help.

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