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Granger gar fest #13699828 09/14/20 01:21 AM
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Did some occasional Granger fishing last year, then was off the water until a month ago. Recently, went to Granger probably too late in the morning and didn't catch much. But it seems like there are a lot more gar there than last year. To the more experienced, are gar populations growing there? I couldn't seem to get away from them and I guess they scare away the other fish?

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Re: Granger gar fest [Re: Clark51] #13700033 09/14/20 05:39 AM
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Originally Posted by Clark51
Did some occasional Granger fishing last year, then was off the water until a month ago. Recently, went to Granger probably too late in the morning and didn't catch much. But it seems like there are a lot more gar there than last year. To the more experienced, are gar populations growing there? I couldn't seem to get away from them and I guess they scare away the other fish?

Clark




Several of the lakes I have been to recently seem to either have far more active gar, or a much larger population than before.

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