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Lake of the Pines Vegetation #13259611 08/26/19 01:47 AM
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Hi y'all. Was wondering what Vegetation is currently on LOP. Both above and below the surface.

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Re: Lake of the Pines Vegetation [Re: Jawz] #13260662 08/26/19 10:05 PM
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The water was pretty high all of the summer. There wasn't much vegetation out my last trip. Lake got a good flush. There was still some on the North end above 155


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Re: Lake of the Pines Vegetation [Re: Jawz] #13261016 08/27/19 03:19 AM
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Thanks Boudreaux...I appreciate the info. Never been there before and was thinking about checking it out. Saw some videos with Lily pads and hyacinth. Figured there was some hydrilla there too. Was hoping to eliminate water to do more fishing rather than searching.


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Re: Lake of the Pines Vegetation [Re: Jawz] #13261030 08/27/19 03:40 AM
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must be a good tourney coming up...


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Re: Lake of the Pines Vegetation [Re: Jawz] #13261641 08/27/19 07:18 PM
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RandyD...Could be lol. Was thinking about fishing one next weekend. Don't know yet. It's a small lake and figured it had a lot of pressure on it especially on the weekends.


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Re: Lake of the Pines Vegetation [Re: Jawz] #13261697 08/27/19 08:12 PM
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how good of a living does that approach make you?

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Originally Posted by 04champ
how good of a living does that approach make you?


Must be pretty good if he's still using it.


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Still good grass up north but not as much as years past.




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Thanks Buda13...the water was pretty high this year. This lakes pretty shallow at normal pool. Reminds me of Florida lakes.

04champ I didn't realize someone couldn't ask questions on a body of water. My circuit is over and maybe I want to fish another or check out some new lakes.


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Re: Lake of the Pines Vegetation [Re: Jawz] #13262498 08/28/19 03:28 PM
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NO fish in Lake O pines they swam up stream to Lone Star Lake.




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Re: Lake of the Pines Vegetation [Re: Jawz] #13262560 08/28/19 04:25 PM
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I haven't been there since June when the water was still high. North(west?) of the 155 bridge you could see some grass around the flooded shoreline brush but I don't know what it looks like now. There was some pads up there as well but not many. We fished Johnson's creek some but didn't notice much grass but again the lake was high(pontoon boats couldn't go under the bridge). I am going to fish there this weekend and see what's going on if you want to shoot me a PM so I don't forget to let you know!


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I can assure that’s not the case. Lone star sucks.

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NO fish in Lake O pines they swam up stream to Lone Star Lake.


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Re: Lake of the Pines Vegetation [Re: bassmanrudy] #13263176 08/29/19 01:25 AM
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Originally Posted by bassmanrudy
I haven't been there since June when the water was still high. North(west?) of the 155 bridge you could see some grass around the flooded shoreline brush but I don't know what it looks like now. There was some pads up there as well but not many. We fished Johnson's creek some but didn't notice much grass but again the lake was high(pontoon boats couldn't go under the bridge). I am going to fish there this weekend and see what's going on if you want to shoot me a PM so I don't forget to let you know!


Thanks bassmanrudy. That high water really messed things up some in regards to the grass. The good thing is that it was during the Spawn. I'll shoot you a PM. Good luck this weekend.


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