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Proctor Lake #12818396
07/06/18 11:39 AM
07/06/18 11:39 AM
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..around the way, near Lk Waco
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..around the way, near Lk Waco
Novice on this body of water...any bank or small craft fishing info/tips would be greatly appreciated...thank you in advance


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Re: Proctor Lake [Re: JD/76708] #12822551
07/10/18 07:16 AM
07/10/18 07:16 AM
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Comanche County, Texas
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Water level has been dropping pretty fast for the past 3 months with BRA selling water down stream. Hybrid fishing around the island early morning has been fair. Catfish on rock points early morning and after dark has been decent. Crappie have been holding on deep brush piles. Whites have been on and off.


Don G
Re: Proctor Lake [Re: JD/76708] #12822982
07/10/18 12:21 PM
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channels have been phenomenal all day and night...the back shallow trees and flats at night and the main lake shore lines...just have to find your depth
blues have been great for many...I haven't done so well
flatties...I haven't heard anything in a while
I keep an extra line out to throw for sand bass and hybrids so I don't miss their bite...been a few good days
Crappie were great until they moved back deeper...I don't chase crappie
bass, carp, buffalo, and drum steal my catfish bait/or hit sand bass spoons occasionally...at least bass are delicious
brim are in small concentrations around the lake...mostly by the bridge
shad are everywhere and easy to cast net for bait


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Re: Proctor Lake [Re: JD/76708] #12825937
07/12/18 01:30 PM
07/12/18 01:30 PM
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N. Texas
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Re: Proctor Lake [Re: JD/76708] #12828483
07/14/18 05:00 PM
07/14/18 05:00 PM
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Brownwood, Texas
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Brownwood, Texas
I fish it all the time. Don pretty much covered your bases. Spring is phenomenal for crappie, channel cat bite is always good, blue cats to 10# are real common under the white bass. Good electronics will light up when you find the fish. They always seem to be on the move! Good luck!


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