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Bank Fishing "Seasons" #12737974
05/01/18 03:33 PM
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Wanted to get the forums feedback on this. What are the different seasons for bank fishing? Basically, when should I go rigged for what? I know spring is good for Crappie and Bass. What about Summer, Fall and Spring? I fish Lewisville (Little Elm area specifically). We have some good access points for bank fishing so I was curious what to look for as the seasons change.

Thanks!

Re: Bank Fishing "Seasons" [Re: ou.sooner] #12738226
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Good question, would love to read some replies whether facts or opinions


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Re: Bank Fishing "Seasons" [Re: ou.sooner] #12738883
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Spring = sand bass run, crappie spawn, bass spawn, carp spawn

Summer = catfish spawn

Fall = get a boat

Winter = crappie run

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Re: Bank Fishing "Seasons" [Re: ou.sooner] #12738895
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Personally I have best luck with catfish during the summer and fall.

The sandbass run, which is ending soon, is a blast in the creeks.


Re: Bank Fishing "Seasons" [Re: ou.sooner] #12739050
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Interesting. I’ve also done well in the winter for catfish.

Thanks for the feed back. Curious to see if anybody else has any input.

Re: Bank Fishing "Seasons" [Re: ou.sooner] #12739215
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If we have good rains to fill the lakes, then we could do fishing in spillways. Pretty good to catch all kind of fishes depends where you are fishing

Re: Bank Fishing "Seasons" [Re: ou.sooner] #12739585
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I catch a bunch of crappie in creeks in the winter and alot of people chase big shallow blues in the winter months too.





Re: Bank Fishing "Seasons" [Re: ou.sooner] #12739825
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so what it sounds like here is...............always have a catfish rig handy fish

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Yeah in my experience, catfish are the most consistent as far as bank fishing.


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Originally Posted By: spazm09
Yeah in my experience, catfish are the most consistent as far as bank fishing.


nothing wrong with that. After Crappie, cats and whites are pretty much tied for my favorites to catch anyway.

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