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Granbury Help #13280617 09/14/19 02:14 PM
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In 2 weeks, we have house on Granbury Lake for family reunion. Any tips for this lake would be appreciated...I've always heard it can be tough. It doesn't matter what species.

Re: Granbury Help [Re: wug] #13280836 09/14/19 07:05 PM
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Knock trees or shoot the 1000 docks for crappie. Brief top water for whites very early from striper alley to the dam. Very sporadic. Largemouth are pretty tough right now. However, if you can find shad shallow, there will be largemouth with them. My neighbor caught a 6lb’r in a cast net the other day in 8 feet of water. Recreational lake with lots and lots of jet skis and wake boats.

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