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Lake Whitney questions #13005325 12/25/18 07:42 PM
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Im going to make a couple trips to Lake Whitney in the upcoming week.
I will be fishing for LMB. But also plan on graphing some decent areas if possible.
Plan on launching at Harbor Master ramp.
I was told the lake is still ten feet over level.

Ive been reading over Navionics for the lake and noticed quite a bit
of sunken timber.

Is it really sunken ?
Does it pose any issues to boating ?

I also noticed some submerged bridges and culverts. They are in
80-90 feet of water.
Are they worth messing with ? Or are they too deep ?

Mostly plan on working the main lake area, unless there are any other suggestions ??

Thanks
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Re: Lake Whitney questions [Re: Big Kahuna Fishing] #13005333 12/25/18 07:58 PM
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Unless I'm missing something it is less than a foot high.

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lake is .79 ft. high and is releasing water.

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With a lot of bass tournaments coming in the near future good luck getting info on an open forum.


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Was out last Monday striper fishing and the water temp was 50-52. Water was a little stained. Most ramps seemed to be open I know loafers bend west was.

As far as navionics goes most of the flooded timber is flooded and in deep water. The sunken Bridges and culverts are there but not necessarily where the maps have them but not too far off. Just have to look for them a bit

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Originally Posted by 44 Diesel
Was out last Monday striper fishing and the water temp was 50-52. Water was a little stained. Most ramps seemed to be open I know loafers bend west was.

As far as navionics goes most of the flooded timber is flooded and in deep water. The sunken Bridges and culverts are there but not necessarily where the maps have them but not too far off. Just have to look for them a bit



How stained is the water? Is it as bad as Waco?

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Originally Posted by 44 Diesel
Was out last Monday striper fishing and the water temp was 50-52. Water was a little stained. Most ramps seemed to be open I know loafers bend west was.

As far as navionics goes most of the flooded timber is flooded and in deep water. The sunken Bridges and culverts are there but not necessarily where the maps have them but not too far off. Just have to look for them a bit



How stained is the water? Is it as bad as Waco?




Not sure what Waco looks like but it's just not as clear as it normally is this time of year. Could still see your jig about a foot down

Re: Lake Whitney questions [Re: Big Kahuna Fishing] #13005889 12/26/18 04:04 PM
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I am running a sale on our GPX Chip of the 20 best areas to fish. Whitney is included on the list. It interested please PM me for the updated list of all the lakes.


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