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Lake Waco newbie....? #13599375 06/18/20 12:48 PM
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Thinking about hitting Waco Saturday morning. I have never fished it before. I saw TPWD put out some crappie condos by the bridge and a few more further up north which should get me started. Anybody have any pointers they dont mind sharing?

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Re: Lake Waco newbie....? [Re: ~Moose~] #13601017 06/19/20 05:35 PM
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Was there a couple weeks ago. Found fish fish on the Twin Bridges and then on brush on the north side of Lacy Point. Lots of brush in that area. Donโ€™t get back to Waco much but if you have any questions send me a PM. Lived there for 34 years so have fished it a bunch. Good luck!

Re: Lake Waco newbie....? [Re: ~Moose~] #13601412 06/19/20 11:04 PM
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If you cruise in 13-15 feet of water there is a brush pile every 100 feet in many places on the lake. Not the best lake for monster crappie but great for numbers.

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