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Lake Fork sandies? #13363433 12/06/19 05:49 PM
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Has anyone seen any sandies on Lake Fork lately? I have hit a lot of winter spots but have not seen a thing. Thanks!

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Re: Lake Fork sandies? [Re: deepwaterd] #13373895 12/16/19 01:49 AM
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The Large Mouth Bass have probably ate um all, that's why the Bass grow so big in Lake Fork. My 2 cents. LOL


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Re: Lake Fork sandies? [Re: deepwaterd] #13374177 12/16/19 02:09 PM
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I think the BB fishermen found a way to eliminate the species or at least knock huge numbers !!

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