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Where are they? #13485828 03/24/20 04:47 PM
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I assume with all the rain and warming water...catfish will be shallow and in the creeks???

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Re: Where are they? [Re: jbw3] #13485951 03/24/20 05:55 PM
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We caught 12 in 2 ft and 12 more in 30 ft yesterday. Today I can’t even find anything worth throwing down on. Water was 61 up shallow this morning and now it’s 65...starting to mark some up shallow but Lewisville is looking terrible today...


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Re: Where are they? [Re: jbw3] #13486085 03/24/20 07:26 PM
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We couldn’t find jack in the creeks. Ran up here to the mouth of the Trinity and the fish and the bait are crammed [Linked Image]
up in here.


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Re: Where are they? [Re: jbw3] #13486461 03/24/20 11:49 PM
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We ended up catching 6 in an hour up shallow. We probably could have put together a decent stringer if it didn’t take me all day to find them. We actually had more fun today looking than we did yesterday catching. Lake was heating up fast and was 66 by the time we left. I scanned the main lake points on the way back to the ramp and we marked a pile of fish in 40-50 ft at the bottom of the long point but we didn’t fish em. [Linked Image]


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Re: Where are they? [Re: jbw3] #13486975 03/25/20 10:23 AM
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Originally Posted by jbw3
I assume with all the rain and warming water...catfish will be shallow and in the creeks???


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Re: Where are they? [Re: jbw3] #13487300 03/25/20 02:22 PM
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All fish came from 3-4ft on 2 wind blow points, thumb

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I have been catching bigger channel cats in 5 foot or less. Just get on a wind blown area. My Catfish like wind.

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Nice Pictures! I appreciate it guys.

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Originally Posted by Capt. Michael Littlejohn
All fish came from 3-4ft on 2 wind blow points, thumb

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Originally Posted by Capt. Michael Littlejohn
All fish came from 3-4ft on 2 wind blow points, thumb

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How long and how much wind before the point becomes a good one to fish? does it need to be sustained winds and consistent over multiple days to be successful?

Thanks for any tips!

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That’s an incredible haul Mike! My lake is flooded 8 ft and I struggled to even find fishable shallow water. Our shore lines are so flooded that most all of the shore line has scrub brush, willow trees, and timber fully submerged and you can’t even get up shallow. I can hear fish flopping way up in the thickest nastiest stuff but can’t get to them. The outside of the brush is in 12 ft of water. We had to go to the back of a cove and fish in peoples backyards to even find grass to cast in. Little bit of flooding is bueno but alot of flooding is tough for me. We finally found some fish to anchor on but I’ve never scanned so hard in all my life. [Linked Image]
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