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Hickory Creek @ Lewisville #13457877 03/02/20 08:46 PM
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Do the sandies run up Hickory Creek from Lake Lewisville? If so how far and usually when?

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Re: Hickory Creek @ Lewisville [Re: low bass] #13458087 03/02/20 11:50 PM
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Yes. Water flow and water temps determine when. Some will go as far upstream as they can physically swim, i.e., as long as there are a few inches of water depth.

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