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Lake Cooper Help #13440427 02/15/20 01:18 PM
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Anyone have any luck on Cooper recently? Out with my brother and nephew and it’s been tough sledding. Hopefully today gets better but would appreciate any advice.

We are on a boat btw.

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Re: Lake Cooper Help [Re: ETX_Chad] #13440438 02/15/20 01:37 PM
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Haven’t been to cooper but I caught them deep on tawakoni on Thursday. I would graph deep along creek Channels and look for bait and fish

Re: Lake Cooper Help [Re: ETX_Chad] #13455664 02/29/20 04:58 PM
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Those trees were a lot of people Target crappie can be great for Channel Cats. Of course you have to be careful not to get hung up but that flooded timber in 15 to 20 foot of water would be a great place to start.


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