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Re: Choke Canyon [Re: Farrside] #13329213 11/01/19 02:32 AM
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Originally Posted by Farrside
I'm headed down this weekend and I'll have a report for you. I'll be working possum creek and three fingers in the back.



I’ll be interested in hearing your results.

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Originally Posted by grout-scout
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I'm headed down this weekend and I'll have a report for you. I'll be working possum creek and three fingers in the back.



I’ll be interested in hearing your results.
Make that two of us. Use to fish Possum creek most of the time I was down there, haven't been in quite awhile. Would love to hear your report. Thanks.

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Originally Posted by Big Lunker
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Originally Posted by Farrside
I'm headed down this weekend and I'll have a report for you. I'll be working possum creek and three fingers in the back.



I’ll be interested in hearing your results.
Make that two of us. Use to fish Possum creek most of the time I was down there, haven't been in quite awhile. Would love to hear your report. Thanks.



I’ve been in a few times this year and it was dead. No baitfish at all, the water was clear last time I went in. I could see about 5’ deep, which is odd. I have caught a few back in 3 Fingers though. But I do wonder if this cold weather will push the baitfish back into the creek.

Re: Choke Canyon [Re: grout-scout] #13330341 11/02/19 02:22 PM
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Find the baitfish and you will find the LMB. The cooler temps right now should bring the water temp down, which starts to trigger the fall bass gorging everything they can find to eat. But I agree, keep watching the back of those creeks for the shad, that's where you will do the best.

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Well I am the gaspergoo and alligator gar jigging spoon master, I can’t catch a largemouth on it for anything, they obviously aren’t deep. 2 Alligator gars, this year and on a spinning rod. They are beast to fight!


This one is from a few weekends ago.

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This was today’s.

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Re: Choke Canyon [Re: Farrside] #13332995 11/05/19 04:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Farrside
I'm headed down this weekend and I'll have a report for you. I'll be working possum creek and three fingers in the back.



Did you find anything back there or are you keeping it a secret? popcorn grin

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Don't give any good reports as I can't go for about 4 weeks. Had a small accident and messed up my casting hand for that length of time.

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I have to say once I found the fish it was on!!!! Took me all day but finally managed to get on them and they were eating like they never ate before. Main lake points were only holding 1-2 pound fish on the inside of the grass line 6-8 ft depth and it was slow move out to the dam where the bait was stacked on the grass line by the spillway again only small fish only caught 5 there in about two hours. Moved into three fingers same thing, one here one there. Decided to finally get to the creek where it was on fire! We caught over fifty good fish 3-5 pounders, it slowed down but never stopped. Sunday we went right back there and and worked a larger area and again good quality fish up until about 11am we had to leave them hungry and wanting more. We caught them on a t- rig,c-rig, square bills, swim baits, magnum lizard was watermelon green, o'l monster in 420, plum, and redshad, black blue speed crawl, watermelon magic flukes, it really didn't matter what we threw. Over all it was a damm good work day and a outstanding fishing day although we only managed 48 fish by lunch on Sunday. All total we had over a hundred fish for both days. If you find a fish work that area for at least 5 or 6 cast before moving on. The area we fish was less than a hundred yards square and they were stacked.
Not sure how helpful this is for you but there's a ton of good quality bass in the lake.

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Both days we had 20 pounds plus each for our best five. Notice there were no spinnerbaits or frogs mentioned but they were thrown, we did tag three fish with a Gamakatsu 3/0 hooks. In the creek it was 8-10 ft.

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Originally Posted by spacejunkie
Don't give any good reports as I can't go for about 4 weeks. Had a small accident and messed up my casting hand for that length of time.



Don’t read the report above. roflmao

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Pretty much sums up how I feel right now.

Re: Choke Canyon [Re: Farrside] #13334565 11/07/19 01:46 PM
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Originally Posted by Farrside
I have to say once I found the fish it was on!!!! Took me all day but finally managed to get on them and they were eating like they never ate before. Main lake points were only holding 1-2 pound fish on the inside of the grass line 6-8 ft depth and it was slow move out to the dam where the bait was stacked on the grass line by the spillway again only small fish only caught 5 there in about two hours. Moved into three fingers same thing, one here one there. Decided to finally get to the creek where it was on fire! We caught over fifty good fish 3-5 pounders, it slowed down but never stopped. Sunday we went right back there and and worked a larger area and again good quality fish up until about 11am we had to leave them hungry and wanting more. We caught them on a t- rig,c-rig, square bills, swim baits, magnum lizard was watermelon green, o'l monster in 420, plum, and redshad, black blue speed crawl, watermelon magic flukes, it really didn't matter what we threw. Over all it was a damm good work day and a outstanding fishing day although we only managed 48 fish by lunch on Sunday. All total we had over a hundred fish for both days. If you find a fish work that area for at least 5 or 6 cast before moving on. The area we fish was less than a hundred yards square and they were stacked.
Not sure how helpful this is for you but there's a ton of good quality bass in the lake.


Just curious. If the fish were so dialed in as this post would suggest, then why so many different baits and colors?

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Some of the baits were thrown on the main lake and were still tied on when we found them, also wanted some bigger baits to try and trigger bigger fish to bite. When it would slow down show them something different. I don’t limit my self to only one color or type.

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