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Whitney grandson wants to fish #13249699 08/16/19 01:29 PM
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Grandson wants to catch something whites,striper,?.Any help appreciated.I have a cast net,side image.Staying near Loafers Bend.

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Re: Whitney grandson wants to fish [Re: engnman] #13250078 08/16/19 07:07 PM
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Guess guides have caught them all!

Re: Whitney grandson wants to fish [Re: engnman] #13250487 08/17/19 01:36 AM
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I’m not on Lake Whitney but I’m sure the pattern is very similar because it’s the August pattern watch for schooling very early and after that really fish Tight to structure ledges ditches flats drop offs


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Try the state park area from the mouth of Frazier Creek all the way down to Whitney point and look from 20-35 fow

Re: Whitney grandson wants to fish [Re: engnman] #13250592 08/17/19 03:11 AM
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if the striper dont play nice for you, just drop small pieces of cut shad on just about any point or hump in 25 to 35 ft. the main lake is absolutely full of 13 to 16" blue cats. you should catch plenty

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