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Fishing lake granbury #12887322
09/05/18 01:21 AM
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I am in 9th grade and starting to fish high school tournaments for the first time. My dad has taught me some,but I would still like to learn some more. My first tournament is on Lake Granbury in October and I am just looking for some tips and pointers.

Last edited by Daniel Cobb23; 09/05/18 08:26 PM.
Re: Fishing lake granbury [Re: Daniel Cobb] #12888319
09/05/18 11:38 PM
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Re: Fishing lake granbury [Re: Daniel Cobb] #12888442
09/06/18 01:23 AM
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Keep it simple and fish your strengths, dont worry about what everyone else is doing. It's you against the fish.


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Re: Fishing lake granbury [Re: Daniel Cobb] #12890883
09/07/18 08:34 PM
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Don't tie anything on that you're afraid to lose. Don't be lazy in prefish, you can never have enough spots or patterns.

Re: Fishing lake granbury [Re: Daniel Cobb] #12897987
09/13/18 04:55 PM
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I would think that in October you would want to throw shad colored baits (white/silver/grey). As the weather cools, the baitfish should be more active and the fall feed should be good. Good Luck!

Re: Fishing lake granbury [Re: Daniel Cobb] #12899328
09/14/18 07:44 PM
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1. Spinnerbait, chatterbaits and squarebills in shad colors
2. Senkos (T-rig, wacky)
3. Jigs and Craw style baits T-rigged
4. Topwater

Lake is in great shape after the recent rains and should get better as the water temps cool some more. Fish are spread out, but are following the bait...especially smaller bait right now.

You can fish shallow cover throughout the whole lake if that's what you like...(boat slips, rock, timber, and brush)

Can catch them deep if you like doing that too, but will take a little more time to figure out some spots before your Tourney.

Re: Fishing lake granbury [Re: Daniel Cobb] #12904582
09/19/18 06:29 PM
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Read Buck Perry’s material and take time to learn how to locate fish before you get on the water and what do once on the water. Everyone can cast the latest and greatest stuff but you can’t catch a fish if he is not where you are fishing. PM me if you need help finding it and check out my other recent posts. I am not selling anything just suggesting the best info I have found in 20 plus years of reading everything I can get my hands on.

Re: Fishing lake granbury [Re: Daniel Cobb] #12910812
09/24/18 09:12 PM
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I assume you're looking for bass...I am about useless with those, but welcome


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Re: Fishing lake granbury [Re: Daniel Cobb] #12912795
09/26/18 01:00 PM
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Just saw on FB that they’ve opened up one spillway at PK and plan on doing it at Granbury in the next few days too. It’ll be nice to have a fresh water injection into the lake and I’m sure Lake Whitney people will be happy

Re: Fishing lake granbury [Re: Patrnflyr] #12913912
09/27/18 10:33 AM
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Originally Posted By: Patrnflyr
Just saw on FB that they’ve opened up one spillway at PK and plan on doing it at Granbury in the next few days too. It’ll be nice to have a fresh water injection into the lake and I’m sure Lake Whitney people will be happy


PK and Granbury have been close to full or better for a while now. Whitney is 4-6ft low, will be good to get that lake back up.

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