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Flooded lakes #13486162 03/24/20 08:10 PM
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Where do Crappie go to spawn when the lake is flooded? Joe Pool is 4 feet high right now.

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Re: Flooded lakes [Re: Old Birdeye] #13486213 03/24/20 08:46 PM
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Deeper water/marinas. Also donโ€™t overlook the bridges. Once that water starts dropping they will really pull off the banks



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Re: Flooded lakes [Re: Old Birdeye] #13486560 03/25/20 01:00 AM
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same situation at Lake Arlington
really muddy also

Re: Flooded lakes [Re: Old Birdeye] #13486962 03/25/20 09:02 AM
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bang yea I would rather see area lakes 3/4 ft low than high & muddy!!!!!

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In the bushes and flooded grass.

Re: Flooded lakes [Re: Old Birdeye] #13489346 03/26/20 06:43 PM
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my slip at joe pool is more like 7' high according to my finder. and the catching has been mighty slim this past week. and keepers even slimmer.

Re: Flooded lakes [Re: Old Birdeye] #13490762 03/27/20 06:32 PM
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Catching plenty of crappie on brush from 10'-30' right now on Joe Pool. Shallow bite is hit and miss so far this year with the water level fluctuating. There are lots of crappie still staged in deeper water.


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Re: Flooded lakes [Re: Lazy Ike] #13492506 03/29/20 02:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Lazy Ike
bang yea I would rather see area lakes 3/4 ft low than high & muddy!!!!!

+1, gravel pits at Grapevine were great at normal level but sucked when lake was up. Lavon is s as me way. When water is high at Lavon you just can't get to fish in a boat. I was at Fork today. Too early is my thinking. Water temps seemed good but normal spots did not produce. Weather made it interesting too. At least the big west winds never materialized. I think we are a week or 2 out for peak shallow bite. Big cold front next week won't help.


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