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Heading to Choke #13402999 01/13/20 08:06 PM
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Heading to Choke Canyon in the morning for a couple of days. Any insight on catching whites or catfish appreciated! Thanks

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Re: Heading to Choke [Re: catcrew68] #13404386 01/14/20 07:44 PM
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Let us know how you did out there?

Re: Heading to Choke [Re: catcrew68] #13408188 01/18/20 01:09 AM
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I went this morning and picked up a few solid females. We ran out of time so we left the biting. The traffic wasnt bad today but i suspect tgat will change soon. We used 8 -12 ft crank baits in a chartreuse/orange/green color. We fished north of the bridge.

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Thanks guys! We did fair on whites but the cats we caught were teeny tiny! Where are the keeper cats at Choke?

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