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Any help on Lake Proctor? #12825155
07/12/18 03:35 AM
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A couple of buddies & I are going to Lake Proctor for a couple of days and would appreciate any advise we could get. We're not very familiar with the lake.

Thanks,

Fergy


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Re: Any help on Lake Proctor? [Re: fergy] #12825188
07/12/18 04:25 AM
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Taken a boat?

Re: Any help on Lake Proctor? [Re: fergy] #12825848
07/12/18 06:29 PM
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Sorry for the delay, been driving. Yes, we'll have a boat.


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Re: Any help on Lake Proctor? [Re: fergy] #12826043
07/12/18 08:31 PM
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Crappie holding on deep main lake brush 12'to 20'of water, drop to the bottom and slowly raise and lower your jig or minnow. Lake is down 5 foot and falling so be careful. Google TPWD fish habitat locations, a good number were dropped spring of 2017, trees and moss back artificial structure.


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Re: Any help on Lake Proctor? [Re: fergy] #12829898
07/16/18 01:12 PM
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Don, thanks for the information. It was very helpful.

It took some searching, but we finally got on some good crappie. This was my first time fishing Proctor, but I think we'll be making return trips when it cools off a little.


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Re: Any help on Lake Proctor? [Re: fergy] #12830234
07/16/18 06:18 PM
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Lots of folks overlook fall and winter crappie fishing. Proctor is excellent in fall and winter plus the added bonus of no jet skies, tubers, skiers, ect.


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