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Lake Lewisville Guidance #13269659 09/04/19 02:48 AM
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The wife and I are going to get out on Lewisville for a few hours tomorrow while our kids are at school. We are going to attempt to catch a few crappie. All we will have are jigs, no minnows, but i was hoping to get some help from the Lewisville veterans on this board. Which one of the areas in the picture should we focus our time in? We will only be able to fish from 10-1 so we won't have a ton of time to run all over the lake. Any guidance is appreciated.

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Re: Lake Lewisville Guidance [Re: TexasTechsan] #13270205 09/04/19 05:59 PM
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its 5 for me.


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Re: Lake Lewisville Guidance [Re: markchat] #13270274 09/04/19 07:17 PM
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Originally Posted by markchat
its 5 for me.

Thanks for the reply markchat. We actually hit up the Hickory Creek area and did fair. Came home with enough keepers for a fish fry. Maybe I'll check out the area you mentioned next time.


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