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Top Three Lakes for Numbers? #13420936 01/30/20 05:11 AM
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Looking to take my buddy from out of state fishing this spring. He's from Minnesota, so they only have open water three weeks a year. I was wondering what are three lakes (preferably in the DFW area) that I could take him to where we could catch a good amount of fish. I'm not worried about the size. Thank y'all!

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Re: Top Three Lakes for Numbers? [Re: JFrankQB97] #13420977 01/30/20 11:40 AM
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Welsh is hard to beat for numbers.

Re: Top Three Lakes for Numbers? [Re: JFrankQB97] #13421046 01/30/20 01:01 PM
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Athens would have been a good lake three years ago to sling around a senko or creature bait and catch 20+ consistently, but not so sure anymore as they seem like they have gotten pretty educated

Re: Top Three Lakes for Numbers? [Re: JFrankQB97] #13421071 01/30/20 01:32 PM
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Gotta add Fayette County to that list. In the last 2 years I think i've only had 2-3 days we did not catch 35+.

Re: Top Three Lakes for Numbers? [Re: JFrankQB97] #13421073 01/30/20 01:33 PM
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Originally Posted by JFrankQB97
they only have open water three weeks a year.


I have some buddies from Minnesota as well and this made me laugh!


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Squaw, Welsh and Squaw for numbers.

Re: Top Three Lakes for Numbers? [Re: JFrankQB97] #13421242 01/30/20 03:23 PM
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I don't have 3 that jump out for great number but do have 2 for sure...Welsh and Davy Crockett. 50 fish days are very common when the conditions are right


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Bridgeport should he on the list. In spring, summer and fall you can catch some insane numbers out there.

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Squaw creek , the plant is having a late outage that starts at the first part of April like last year . The water will cool down and the numbers of fish will be up.

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I catch a lot of small fish every time I go and you can also get into a good one as well.

Re: Top Three Lakes for Numbers? [Re: JFrankQB97] #13421389 01/30/20 04:55 PM
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joe pool, lake arlington, and eagle mountain with a drop shot lol you can catch 100 a day but total they will weigth 5lbs...

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Sandlin. The spots are like sandbass out there.

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grapevine would not be a bad dfw choice. largemouth, spots, smallmouth and schooling white bass. could easily have well over 100 per day with a few good ones and the white bass are tasty if you like keeping fish.


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