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Help locating #13207522 07/08/19 02:00 AM
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I typically like fishing for big blues in the fall/winter. And I am decent at finding them. I decided to do some summer catfishing this past week and just got skunked. I could use some help locating the fish. I was fishing lake brownwood in the afternoon/evening and fished everything from timber in less than 5ft out to 20ft in rocky areas. I was using cut shad/perch and live perch, and would set up for an hour before moving spots. I didn’t even get a bite! Do I need to try deeper water? Thanks for any advice.



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Just one more cast!

Re: Help locating [Re: savagepc.223] #13207708 07/08/19 01:01 PM
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I'll start by saying I've never fished Lake Brownwood and never been on the lake. Looking at a contour map it looks like it has depths of 60' and current water temps are upper 70's. I would be fishing in water deeper than 20' this time of year. I would look for main lake points and fish at the bottom of those points. Here are a couple of spots I would try.
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