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LOP #12780279
06/05/18 12:51 AM
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I have to take my boat to Longview for service and thought I might go to LOP after I pick it up. Traveling from Longview what ramp on the south end would be the most practical? I see that there are several artificial BPs in the lake. Are any of those marked or do you have to use coordinates?

The map also indicates a lot of "stumps"? Is this like boating at Palestine?

Thanks for any advice!

Re: LOP [Re: skyview] #12780306
06/05/18 01:14 AM
06/05/18 01:14 AM
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Brushy creek is a good one with no stumps around. The dock at Overlook ramp on the dam was torn up two weeks ago when I was there and I donít know if it is put back together yet. The south end of the lake is mostly stump free so if you arenít familiar with the lake thatís where Iíd go. The Corp brush piles arenít marked with a buoy or anything you will need a gps to get on them.

Re: LOP [Re: skyview] #12780419
06/05/18 02:29 AM
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Hey, Skyview...might want to see if he will give you coords to one of his average brush piles...they will be better than most are used to...just saying...potlickers do occasionally catch a good basket of fish....RIGHT Troy?!

Re: LOP [Re: crapicat] #12781648
06/06/18 12:17 AM
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Thanks guys!

Re: LOP [Re: skyview] #12783051
06/06/18 11:01 PM
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The Corp piles all have fish right now.
You can get the locations off the TPW site

Re: LOP [Re: crapicat] #12783312
06/07/18 02:37 AM
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Yep...wait? what?


The driving force and secret desire of every bass fisherman, is to one day be a crappie fisherman............Could it be that the good Lord just smilies and looks the other way when a fisherman tells a lie?
Re: LOP [Re: skyview] #12783386
06/07/18 03:53 AM
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Lots of brushpiles On pines, south end is stump free and thatís where we always fish. I tried timber hopping once north of alley creek and didnít get much of anything, most likely due to the sheer amount of timber up there. Iíd be checking anything from 10-20í this time of year, always seems like where we did well. South end structure is isolated compared to the north end and the fish tend to stack up more.


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