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Best Guides for Crappie on LBJ? #13442417 02/17/20 08:03 PM
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Hey y'all, new to TFF. I want to take the wife on a guided trip on LBJ or the surrounding area. Is this the correct Forum to start this conversation?

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Re: Best Guides for Crappie on LBJ? [Re: Home Team] #13442447 02/17/20 08:29 PM
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Jess Rotherham is your man. Good guy and can get you on the crappie!!
http://www.texascrappiefishingservi...yWXZq1A8uTqA2iWimuvsNlrs3yhG5tT6SrNieCr0

Re: Best Guides for Crappie on LBJ? [Re: Beltonbanger®] #13442526 02/17/20 09:40 PM
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Thank you sir!

Re: Best Guides for Crappie on LBJ? [Re: Beltonbanger®] #13442723 02/18/20 01:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Beltonbanger�
Jess Rotherham is your man. Good guy and can get you on the crappie!!
http://www.texascrappiefishingservi...yWXZq1A8uTqA2iWimuvsNlrs3yhG5tT6SrNieCr0

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Re: Best Guides for Crappie on LBJ? [Re: JAlfred] #13442941 02/18/20 11:51 AM
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Originally Posted by JAlfred
Originally Posted by Beltonbanger�
Jess Rotherham is your man. Good guy and can get you on the crappie!!
http://www.texascrappiefishingservi...yWXZq1A8uTqA2iWimuvsNlrs3yhG5tT6SrNieCr0

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Re: Best Guides for Crappie on LBJ? [Re: Home Team] #13443140 02/18/20 02:52 PM
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I agree with everyone else that Jess is the man for LBJ . He knows the lake better than anyone. Might take a while for everything to normalize after it fills but late spring should be good.

Re: Best Guides for Crappie on LBJ? [Re: Home Team] #13443214 02/18/20 03:52 PM
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Thanks guys, I'll give a report and, hopefully, some pics of a full stringer.

Re: Best Guides for Crappie on LBJ? [Re: Home Team] #13443241 02/18/20 04:08 PM
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Jess is your man for sure

Re: Best Guides for Crappie on LBJ? [Re: Home Team] #13444226 02/19/20 02:29 PM
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With LBJ water level lowered right now, you may want to consider going to Lake Granger about 1.5 hrs away. Tommy Tidwell is the guide you want. The fishing should pick up on Granger in March and Tommy can put you on the fish, plus he is a good mentor to learn from


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Re: Best Guides for Crappie on LBJ? [Re: Brent's Dad] #13446599 02/21/20 03:15 PM
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Thank you, sir. I'll keep it in mind. I've heard good things about Granger. Been lurking for a while, and have seen post about the "Granger Gang". Duck hunted there 10-15 years ago. Lots of divers.

Re: Best Guides for Crappie on LBJ? [Re: Home Team] #13446638 02/21/20 03:34 PM
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Thank you, sir. I'll keep it in mind. I've heard good things about Granger. Been lurking for a while, and have seen post about the "Granger Gang". Duck hunted there 10-15 years ago. Lots of divers.

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