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The Slab -- Kingsland #13456481 03/01/20 04:43 PM
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Drove up to the Slab yesterday, on the theory that it's the only place within an hour and a half that has any stream flow. There was a million-jillion suckers close to the road, looking like migrating salmon. The only other people fishing were a pair of women hauling in suckers one after the other on trout bait.

I think I saw a white bass way down river, hanging out with a pod of common carp, but couldn't get it to bite. I got a decent black bass on a white woolly bugger, and saw a lot more hanging out in the aquarium-clear water. Probably a tad early for the spawn in this location. And the refilling of LBJ from Buchanan this week may have thrown things off too.


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Re: The Slab -- Kingsland [Re: ingvar3000] #13458344 03/03/20 02:41 AM
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A good rain Wednesday and they may start running.


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