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Lake Whitney surface schooling #13591293 06/11/20 04:32 PM
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Anyone seen any surface schooling action on the lower end of Whitney past few days? Looking at McCown/Cedron south toward dam?


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Re: Lake Whitney surface schooling [Re: hunter1st] #13591480 06/11/20 06:43 PM
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yep

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Info?


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Re: Lake Whitney surface schooling [Re: hunter1st] #13591735 06/11/20 10:08 PM
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Plenty of 9 inch whites and lots of baby stripes from 8am till noon at towash and loafers bend area. 6-11-20

Re: Lake Whitney surface schooling [Re: hunter1st] #13591839 06/11/20 11:22 PM
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Thanks Sticker, better than nothing at all.


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Re: Lake Whitney surface schooling [Re: hunter1st] #13592192 06/12/20 11:01 AM
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Camped at cedron Tuesday thru thursday. Morning and evenings schools chasing shad evrywhere. Can catch all you want. Big fish harder, they are deep.

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