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Granger Lake #13201839 07/02/19 01:48 AM
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Anybody fish Granger on a regular basis? I canít remember where the entrance is to the channel to go up river.

Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13201890 07/02/19 02:36 AM
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Originally Posted by NoMinners
Anybody fish Granger on a regular basis? I canít remember where the entrance is to the channel to go up river.
Taylor park

Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13202005 07/02/19 08:02 AM
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Taylor Park is not the entrance to the channel, itís the closest ramp but thatís all. Thank you.

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I hear the larger crappie moved out to the bp's on the main lake.


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Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13202331 07/02/19 03:54 PM
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Weíre actually chasing cats, just canít find the cut through the trees.

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That channel is extremely difficult to navigate, but this is the line I normally take. Entrance is on the north side

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Originally Posted by Krappie-King
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That channel is extremely difficult to navigate, but this is the line I normally take. Entrance is on the north side


X2. this is the route I use too. Years ago this was the only route you would use. nowadays I see alot of folks running that south shore from the ramp-but I wouldn't know how/where from that angle.
One thing for sure-extremely difficult to navigate as krappie king has stated. Be patient and don't try to "speed things up" moving through there.

Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13202481 07/02/19 05:46 PM
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Thatís the way we always went seven years ago also. Whereís the entrance from the open lake side. Iíll remember once I get into the first cut.
I have a 1956 Lonestar, 14 ft. Jon that will go in very shallow water. Should I try easing my way straight down side of Taylor Park and just go straight thru? I heard in the past that a boat like mine can do that. I have a spotter up front to help navigate.
I wish somebody would use flagging tape and mark it. I think your horizontal line to the left is the entrance, I missed that when I wrote first paragraph? About how many yards of right hand bank? I looked Saturday and just could not find it.
Weíve done good upriver on cats in the past. Plus thereís shade trees!!!
Thank you

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The yellow line is the entrance to the San Gabriel river.

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Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13202681 07/02/19 08:18 PM
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I've seen people go through the south side of the lake by Taylor park, but there is no clear cut channel. I have a shallow running duck boat with a jack plate and still don't mess with it. The best way to find the channel is to start on the north side. It's pretty hard to push too far north as there is a thick line of trees along the bank. I would screen shot that photo and run google maps on your phone while driving.

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Can you tell me how to on a IPhone?

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Originally Posted by Krappie-King
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That channel is extremely difficult to navigate, but this is the line I normally take. Entrance is on the north side


Nope.. that is not it at all! The pic below is though. laugh


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Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13203259 07/03/19 09:17 AM
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Got it, thank you!!

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OP the Navionics app is a great tool to have on your phone. It's cheap and a good tool to have even if you have Navionics on your fish finder. I use it a lot of scout and plan before my trip.

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/boating-marine-lakes/id744920098


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Re: Granger Lake [Re: NoMinners] #13204120 07/04/19 12:21 AM
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Little 9.9 four stroke lost oil pump this morning, what a POS!!! Will never own another Mercury or four stroke outboard. Iím going to fix it myself, sell it, and get a Suzuki, Yami, or OMC two stroke from the earlier years. Guess itíll be awhile before I look for the channel.

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