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Re: ***Update: Lake Ray Hubbard Biologist Survey Report*** [Re: Madatu] #12741833 05/03/18 06:57 PM
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Originally Posted By: Madatu
Well yea daily you do, your a guide. How would your clients like them lowering the daily limit ?


I think they would be totally fine with it, thumb


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Re: ***Update: Lake Ray Hubbard Biologist Survey Report*** [Re: Madatu] #12741884 05/03/18 07:23 PM
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Originally Posted By: Madatu
Well yea daily you do, your a guide. How would your clients like them lowering the daily limit ?


Lower limits = more anglers = more guide trips = cha ching $$$ book ya trips!


Re: ***Update: Lake Ray Hubbard Biologist Survey Report*** [Re: Kayak-Hooligan] #12741898 05/03/18 07:35 PM
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Originally Posted By: Madatu
Well yea daily you do, your a guide. How would your clients like them lowering the daily limit ?


Lower limits = more anglers = more guide trips = cha ching $$$ book ya trips!


Less wear and tear on the American Angler! Lol


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Re: ***Update: Lake Ray Hubbard Biologist Survey Report*** [Re: Fishboy Frank] #12741995 05/03/18 08:32 PM
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Lol roflmao


Re: ***Update: Lake Ray Hubbard Biologist Survey Report*** [Re: MeatHauler] #12742131 05/03/18 10:10 PM
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Originally Posted By: MeatHauler
This is tbe second instance I have read of a state biologist stating that fishing pressure doesn't have a significant impact on white bass populations. I don't know how people read what he said and start proposing lower limits for whites.


If that were really the case there would be no need for any limits at all.

I know from fishing Ray Hubbard in the 80's and even early 90's it was nothing to see a hundred acres or so of surface activity any given day. In some cases they would stay up for an hour or more at a time. Now days its nothing like that at all. Is the change related to fishing pressure or something else???....I don't know but I sure know there are a heck of a lot more fishermen out there now than there was back then.

Re: ***Update: Lake Ray Hubbard Biologist Survey Report*** [Re: JCBfromTHF] #12744619 05/05/18 10:48 PM
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This is tbe second instance I have read of a state biologist stating that fishing pressure doesn't have a significant impact on white bass populations. I don't know how people read what he said and start proposing lower limits for whites.


If that were really the case there would be no need for any limits at all.

I know from fishing Ray Hubbard in the 80's and even early 90's it was nothing to see a hundred acres or so of surface activity any given day. In some cases they would stay up for an hour or more at a time. Now days its nothing like that at all. Is the change related to fishing pressure or something else???....I don't know but I sure know there are a heck of a lot more fishermen out there now than there was back then.



I agree. I started fishing Hubbard in 1979. My Father In Law had built one of the first houses on the lake before the water was impounded. I too recall fishing with the greats that knew the lake better than anyone. The old boys! We would go out and just like you said it was fish for miles it seemed. Surface fish. That never happens now. As I said early on. There can be a lot of reasons. But no matter what the reasons. The fishing is nowhere near what it used to be. That's a fact.

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