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Striper fishing granbury #13585441 06/06/20 09:41 PM
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Does anyone know where to find the striper on granbury I’ve been fishing Texoma a lot but recently moved here and just wondering where I should give it a shot.

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Re: Striper fishing granbury [Re: BrandonR] #13585523 06/06/20 11:16 PM
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Not sure how the golden algae is effecting the lake, but usually in the summer they run from around Indian Harbor to the dam. You just have to find them.

Re: Striper fishing granbury [Re: BrandonR] #13586536 06/07/20 10:40 PM
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Wouldn't waste my time on that lake

Re: Striper fishing granbury [Re: BrandonR] #13586684 06/08/20 12:54 AM
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Fishing was really good a few years ago but I’ve had tough luck lately on Granbury. Better off going to Whitney. Fishing has been very good there lately.

Re: Striper fishing granbury [Re: BrandonR] #13587357 06/08/20 04:46 PM
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should be lots of stripers there. PK dumped all theirs into the Brazos above granbury. It's a shallow lake though and maybe the stripers didn't go that far.


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Re: Striper fishing granbury [Re: BrandonR] #13587652 06/08/20 08:42 PM
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The recent golden algae outbreak is the first one on Granbury in years and appears to have been knocked back by the recent warm weather. Striper and white bass populations have been increasing in Granbury. At this time of year the striper should be from the dam past the first big bend in the lake to the power lines.

Re: Striper fishing granbury [Re: BrandonR] #13588800 06/09/20 07:03 PM
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In my experience, it's DeCordova and south. Lots of looking. Once found, they can be caught. But, lots of looking. Then you'll hear about Joe Blow that your buddy knows who has a house on the outside bend just before the damn that throws top waters off his dock and catches 'em. roflmao

Just gotta find 'em down there.

Re: Striper fishing granbury [Re: BrandonR] #13589059 06/09/20 10:15 PM
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Give Mike Acosta a shout. He lives at the lake. Myself or him can point you in the right direction.
A half day trip with Mike will give you years of Striper knowledge on Granbury.
Sand Bass and Crappie are also good.
Your not wasting your time fishing this lake.
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Re: Striper fishing granbury [Re: RANDY WOOD] #13589876 06/10/20 04:55 PM
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Originally Posted by RANDY WOOD
Give Mike Acosta a shout. He lives at the lake. Myself or him can point you in the right direction.
A half day trip with Mike will give you years of Striper knowledge on Granbury.
Sand Bass and Crappie are also good.
Your not wasting your time fishing this lake.
Randy


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Re: Striper fishing granbury [Re: BrandonR] #13589890 06/10/20 05:06 PM
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Definitely slow with the striper this this year. As mentioned above form DC south, I have been able to get on some sandies here and there.

Re: Striper fishing granbury [Re: G Love] #13593185 06/13/20 04:34 AM
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Originally Posted by G Love
Originally Posted by RANDY WOOD
Give Mike Acosta a shout. He lives at the lake. Myself or him can point you in the right direction.
A half day trip with Mike will give you years of Striper knowledge on Granbury.
Sand Bass and Crappie are also good.
Your not wasting your time fishing this lake.
Randy


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Re: Striper fishing granbury [Re: BrandonR] #13613522 06/30/20 04:42 PM
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I typically stick to largemouth, but lately I have been trying to branch out and catch other species. What kind of structure or depth do stripers tend to relate to? Not looking for any ones secrets some key things to look for.


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Re: Striper fishing granbury [Re: BrandonR] #13614545 07/01/20 12:22 PM
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I have only been able to catch undersized stripers mixed in with sandies. I haven't fished the large flats in a while. I have caught most of my fish in 12'-25' of water at points and the top or bottom of edges or drop offs. Good luck.

Re: Striper fishing granbury [Re: Czechster] #13615010 07/01/20 04:44 PM
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The floods of 2019 washed out most of the bigger fish, but there are some to catch. Been catching some keeper striped bass to 8lbs. Have to work through many small fish. The sandbass are good as well.
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Re: Striper fishing granbury [Re: mwacosta] #13615511 07/01/20 10:29 PM
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Nice mike!
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