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Martin Dies Jr. State Park Fishing #13589028 06/09/20 09:47 PM
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Spent two days fishing out of my canoe. First day I used my go to beetle spin and had one fish. Switch to a Charlie Brewer crappie slide 1" and caught 6. Returned today and caught 19 on the crappie slider. Always seems that when they don't like the usual this is a bait that will come through.
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Re: Martin Dies Jr. State Park Fishing [Re: mudbelly] #13589044 06/09/20 09:57 PM
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Nice catch-
The pic of the armored lizard reminded me of the line up we had on the sub eons ago where the Capt. ordered fire one. slinger


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Re: Martin Dies Jr. State Park Fishing [Re: mudbelly] #13589160 06/09/20 11:50 PM
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Solid post and some solid fish. Good eating right there! food Good job. thumb



Side Note: How deep were you catching em? noidea


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Re: Martin Dies Jr. State Park Fishing [Re: mudbelly] #13589255 06/10/20 01:07 AM
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I like fishing from a canoe and those are some great fish. thumb

Re: Martin Dies Jr. State Park Fishing [Re: banker-always fishing] #13589369 06/10/20 02:53 AM
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Originally Posted by banker-always fishing
Solid post and some solid fish. Good eating right there! food Good job. thumb



Side Note: How deep were you catching em? noidea


Less than 5'. If it was shallow enough to see the bottom no fish. All hiding in the slightly darker, deeper water mostly in shade. There were some fallen trees with brush tops stretching into the middle of the creek and some fish under these. They were not just everywhere around the cypress trees but if you saw a swirl or a shad skip there were several fish to be had.

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Those are some nice ones. Good job Mudbelly! woot

Re: Martin Dies Jr. State Park Fishing [Re: mudbelly] #13590263 06/10/20 09:08 PM
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Originally Posted by mudbelly
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Solid post and some solid fish. Good eating right there! food Good job. thumb



Side Note: How deep were you catching em? noidea


Less than 5'. If it was shallow enough to see the bottom no fish. All hiding in the slightly darker, deeper water mostly in shade. There were some fallen trees with brush tops stretching into the middle of the creek and some fish under these. They were not just everywhere around the cypress trees but if you saw a swirl or a shad skip there were several fish to be had.





Thanks! Again nice fish. thumb


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Re: Martin Dies Jr. State Park Fishing [Re: mudbelly] #13590407 06/10/20 11:05 PM
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Great stuff thumb

That's a monster Warmouth in there with those bluegill. Beautiful place.

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Great change-up and it yielded great results.... Nice catches.....


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Re: Martin Dies Jr. State Park Fishing [Re: J-Moe] #13590471 06/11/20 12:04 AM
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Originally Posted by J-Moe
Great stuff thumb

That's a monster Warmouth in there with those bluegill. Beautiful place.


Yeah a local I talked to said "Major Goggle Eye in here."

Re: Martin Dies Jr. State Park Fishing [Re: mudbelly] #13590483 06/11/20 12:23 AM
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Good job! cheers

Re: Martin Dies Jr. State Park Fishing [Re: mudbelly] #13591242 06/11/20 03:43 PM
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Originally Posted by mudbelly
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Great stuff thumb

That's a monster Warmouth in there with those bluegill. Beautiful place.


Yeah a local I talked to said "Major Goggle Eye in here."


How dirty is the water in there? Clear enough to use a fly rod?

Major Goggle Eye is worth a 2 hour and 45 minute drive to me grin

Re: Martin Dies Jr. State Park Fishing [Re: mudbelly] #13592412 06/12/20 02:33 PM
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Nice post and fish. Good job.


Side Note: Fish fry coming soon!

Re: Martin Dies Jr. State Park Fishing [Re: J-Moe] #13593337 06/13/20 01:41 PM
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Originally Posted by J-Moe
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Great stuff thumb

That's a monster Warmouth in there with those bluegill. Beautiful place.


Yeah a local I talked to said "Major Goggle Eye in here."


How dirty is the water in there? Clear enough to use a fly rod?

Major Goggle Eye is worth a 2 hour and 45 minute drive to me grin


Seemed that at the Walnut Paddle launch water was fairy clear, not like I'm used to on Rayburn but enough to site cast to small gar lazing in the sun and entice strikes. After a paddle and crossing under the bridge for the park road water was more stained. Not a lot of underwater hangups or weed, just hyacinths and some salvina. Lots of over head stuff though.

Re: Martin Dies Jr. State Park Fishing [Re: mudbelly] #13593491 06/13/20 05:04 PM
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Thanks, great information and post thumb

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