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DFW Grass Carp? #13279024 09/12/19 09:38 PM
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Looking to target some grass carp in the DFW area. What lakes have good numbers of grass carp? Thanks.

Re: DFW Grass Carp? [Re: ScaleChaser] #13279062 09/12/19 10:25 PM
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Probably Purtis Creek State Park near Cedar Creek Lake. Haven't heard any reports from there in a while though.


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Re: DFW Grass Carp? [Re: ScaleChaser] #13279135 09/13/19 12:18 AM
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Like Curt said, Purtis is the closest with the most Grass Carp. The permit for them there was pulled recently so you can harvest them or catch and release them, whichever you prefer. Keep in mind that since it's a state park you can only use rod and reel, I've seen people busted for using cast nets out there!


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