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Grapevine Report #13221968 07/22/19 03:03 PM
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The lake is finally only a couple of feet high now, so I headed out Saturday morning. Didn't need to go far since just out off the west point of Meadowmere the sandies were thick a flees. Spent 2 hours in basically one spot. I lost count of how many I caught. Most were 9 to 12 inches. No monsters but they did surface in that area off and on til about 9 am. They are feeding on small 1" shad/minnows. Used small slabs and white crappie jigs.

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Re: Grapevine Report [Re: JWC Nauticstar] #13222147 07/22/19 05:21 PM
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Sounds great!
What should size are you calling a small slab? hmmm


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Re: Grapevine Report [Re: Ed-n-eddy] #13222209 07/22/19 06:16 PM
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1 oz. Mud Minnow (silver- from MT Pockets Tackle). They are skinny, not like a standard slab shape..

A shameless plug even though I get no discount. smile.

I will give it a go again Wednesday evening to see if I can find them in the evening. Been tough lately. Don't know if it is the rude wake boarders or the gates being wide open for so long.

Re: Grapevine Report [Re: JWC Nauticstar] #13224953 07/25/19 03:23 AM
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Where you casting are jigging 1 oz. Mud Minnow?

Re: Grapevine Report [Re: Kensho TX] #13225258 07/25/19 02:58 PM
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Thanks for the " SHAMELESS PLUG " JWC
Kensho... You can do either casting or jigging will work (depending on what the fish want)


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Re: Grapevine Report [Re: JWC Nauticstar] #13225289 07/25/19 03:38 PM
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They schooled for over an hour in front of Murrell last week. Good sized ones mixed in too.



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Re: Grapevine Report [Re: fishin'aholic2] #13225346 07/25/19 04:49 PM
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We hit the motherlode last night at Meadowmear. We threw 2" sassy shads on a school surrounding us for an hour and a half. Most were 12" fish. Good size for the schoolers.

Re: Grapevine Report [Re: Kensho TX] #13225677 07/25/19 10:55 PM
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Sorry, jigging slab off the bottom. I use swim baits and tail spinners "little george" type when casting.

Re: Grapevine Report [Re: JWC Nauticstar] #13226384 07/26/19 08:52 PM
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I am new to the DFW area, is grapevine lake easy to run? Also like for my 14 year daughter the catch some white bass any suggestions? Thanks for the help.

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Easy lake to run. Just give the points plenty of room when going around them as some stick out far and have big rocks. As for the sandies, I would look for schooling activity by the island or the north side of the lake.



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Thanks, any ramp you would recommend to use, also do you where do you think the best place to start at the island or the north side, Gonna be there at safe light.

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Not sure what side of the lake you're on. Katie woods is the best one on south side. Murrell on the north side.
Most of my fishing is west from the island.

Re: Grapevine Report [Re: JWC Nauticstar] #13232562 08/01/19 06:07 PM
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Went back out to GV Wednesday evening. Had another 100 plus fish night between the 2 of us. From 6:00 till almost 8 it was non-stop action on slabs out just east of Murrel Park on the north side. They weren't in the usual places but we just moved around for a few minutes and the screen lit up. It stayed lit up for a hour and a half. [Linked Image]

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Trying Grapevine now, no luck so far....


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Re: Grapevine Report [Re: JWC Nauticstar] #13233812 08/03/19 12:11 AM
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Look in 24 to 26 ft. Rock crusher humps and the east murrell point.
Any one oz slab.

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