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Christmas Bassing #13380874 12/23/19 03:40 PM
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Looking for a place to go fishing on Christmas day. Hoping to find a place that will not frustrate a novice fisherman. I can fish all day and catch one or two this time of year but kids are looking for some action. Was thinking maybe a power plant lake and did not know if the entrance gates to the area would be open.

Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night......... king

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Re: Christmas Bassing [Re: BassLakeFork] #13380891 12/23/19 03:54 PM
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Welsh has no gates, Athens may be an option as well.


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Re: Christmas Bassing [Re: BassLakeFork] #13380910 12/23/19 04:21 PM
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If close to East Teas I’d go Welsh


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Re: Christmas Bassing [Re: BassLakeFork] #13380925 12/23/19 04:43 PM
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If you go to Welsh, check out the post that discusses the low water issues.

Re: Christmas Bassing [Re: BassLakeFork] #13381206 12/23/19 11:51 PM
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I would go to Welsh but you have to be careful launching and loading. Watch out for stumps also, but it it is a hot water lake and you should be able to get on some fish.

Re: Christmas Bassing [Re: BassLakeFork] #13381225 12/24/19 12:10 AM
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Re: Christmas Bassing [Re: BassLakeFork] #13381246 12/24/19 12:36 AM
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I caught as many bass Saturday at Athens as I did the weekend before at Squaw Creek. Much bigger average too.

I’d take them to Athens and let them sling a weightless wacky rigged green senko all day. They can catch enough to stay busy for sure...and the possibility of a true big one is always present on Athens.


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Re: Christmas Bassing [Re: SteezMacQueen] #13382315 12/25/19 04:23 AM
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Throwing that wacky rig in the grass or on edges? Or something totally different?

Re: Christmas Bassing [Re: BassLakeFork] #13382355 12/25/19 05:25 AM
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I caught about a dozen this afternoon in a few hours on a small lake. I'd try the non-powerplant lakes for less fishing pressure.

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