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Lake Granbury #13597287 06/16/20 09:44 PM
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I have taken my boys to the boat ramp/dock off 144 and they have had some luck catching perch and the occasional small catfish. Does anyone know a place I can take them bank fishing where we might have a little more luck catching bigger catfish, crappie, or striper? Thanks!


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Re: Lake Granbury [Re: ACFishing] #13600129 06/18/20 11:07 PM
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At this time of year I would head up to the dam and try the dock or bank there. Hunter park is also a great spot to bank fish. It is better for striper and white bass in the fall and spring but you always have a chance for one. Lake Granbury has lots of carp and buffalo, so if you want a fish that will pull drag you might give them a try.

This may help:

https://youtu.be/4HJNrljkWGI

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