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Trinity Depth ??? #12944101 10/24/18 03:29 PM
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I know for a fact that the West Fork of The Trinity is a treasure trove/cornucopia of anything you can imagine. I have seen small gar, have hung a nice carp, and caught a pretty blue cat along with turtles. I'm curious if anyone has a resource which notes the depth of The Trinity in the Fort Worth area. I'm looking to really dial in on some carp and maybe venture into catching some buffs.

Unfortunately, Navionics only maps major lakes.

I know the East Fork is a prime bass location, but no one here cares about those whimps. wink


Looking for great carp places in/near Ft. Worth.

PBs
Common 8.4
Mirror 14
Buffalo 26
Blue Cat - 3.5
Channel - 1.5
Turtle - 4
Re: Trinity Depth ??? [Re: FW Carper] #12944117 10/24/18 03:38 PM
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AFAIK your best bet would be to map it out yourself. I bought a kayak and Deeper sonar recently and have been mapping out a good chunk of ponds/rivers/creeks with it. It definitely gives you the leg up on your competition!


Catch and release. The dream - to catch one of every species of Freshwater fish in our great state! If only I can resist Carp...
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Re: Trinity Depth ??? [Re: FW Carper] #12944325 10/24/18 06:14 PM
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There are a ton of dams on it so the depth changes a lot. There are stretches of 1-2 feet that go on for like 1/2 a mile and there are areas that get very very deep, 25+ feet possibly more, I have not idea what the highest depths actually are.

Eric

Re: Trinity Depth ??? [Re: FW Carper] #12944534 10/24/18 08:47 PM
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My favorite spots on the East Fork are sharp bends in the river channel. I know during floods that water is just dredging out space in that curve changing it after every flood.

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