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Lake proctor #13210477 07/10/19 06:15 PM
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Whats the info on that lake. Good bad lets here it


call it what you will...he is not definitely not anywhere near the top of the list for QB's that I would choose needing a FG or touchdown drive late in the game.
Re: Lake proctor [Re: silvers] #13211428 07/11/19 03:06 PM
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There has been pretty limited access with the parks being closed since 3rd week of April until July 2nd due to flooding and repair to facilities. The lake is now just under a half foot above conservation level and all parks open. I fished under Sowell Creek bridge about two weeks ago and caught probably 20 crappie with about half being 10"+. I have never seen more tiny bait fish and small shad... must have been a tremendously successful spawn with the lake level up in flood stage during the late spring and early summer months. The local fishing report says crappie, white bass, channel catfish, and black bass are good. I can't confirm all of that, but I would expect the future to be exceptionally good based on the amount of forage available. I'm just trying to find more time to go...

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