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UGH #13498346 04/02/20 12:39 PM
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with all the rain I cant take the boat out for crappie or catfishing

The marinas are most likely closed

i want to go catfishing this weekend. But where?


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It might not be the best spot but I remember a couple years back going early in the morning at the start of spring and fishing the bulkheads of the houses on Livingston and tearing the catfish up. We'd normally launch at Browder's and head straight over to where that string of giant lakeside mansions are. I don't remember exactly which side of the lake it was on but once you see the spot you cant miss it.
Best of luck!


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