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Ray Roberts - Buck Creek help #13733736 10/17/20 02:14 AM
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I’m headed to Ray Bob early tomorrow and we are looking at a windy day. I’m thinking about putting in at buck creek for the first time to shield that south wind. I don’t know how to run buck creek or the east side at all and I’m not trying to tear up my new (to me) boat.

The only time I’ve fished the buck creek side was with a guide and we ran up Isle du bois and Indian which I’m obviously not comfortable doing yet.

My question is can I put in and start immediately hopping trees by the ramp with any chance of success or is the better action back further west? I’m just looking for a little direction that way as I mainly fish the pecan creek side with very limited results.

Thanks and good luck to everyone fishing this weekend! fish


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Re: Ray Roberts - Buck Creek help [Re: Crappie Husband] #13733748 10/17/20 02:26 AM
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Kyle,

I haven't caught limits up there but I have had some luck in the area. The bridges up there hold fish often, but I started in the timber off to the right not far past the railroad bridge. It's been about three weeks since I was up there, but you have creek channel, timber off both sides and shallows near by, all before you turn the corner to catch the south wind. Like everything North of Wolf, exercise caution. I've been up there when the lake is low and there's some big sfuff under the surface. If I were going up there tomorrow, that's exactly where I'd be looking both visible and submerged timber.

Barfly was up that way just a few days ago and did pretty good from what I could tell.

Barfly fishing

Good luck and make sure to let us know how you did.

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Re: Ray Roberts - Buck Creek help [Re: Crappie Husband] #13733817 10/17/20 04:01 AM
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I've had my share of luck just working timber from the ramp all the way to main lake. Stick and move

Re: Ray Roberts - Buck Creek help [Re: Crappie Husband] #13733913 10/17/20 11:23 AM
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We didn't find any on trees yesterday which was a first for us.


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Re: Ray Roberts - Buck Creek help [Re: Crappie Husband] #13734252 10/17/20 07:08 PM
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Be careful under the railroad bridge. Some big gravel and concrete chunks come off when the train comes over.


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Re: Ray Roberts - Buck Creek help [Re: PKfishin] #13737681 10/20/20 10:57 PM
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Originally Posted by PKfishin
Be careful under the railroad bridge. Some big gravel and concrete chunks come off when the train comes over.

Fished it a lot, never seen this.

Re: Ray Roberts - Buck Creek help [Re: C.Seymour] #13738699 10/21/20 07:26 PM
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Originally Posted by PKfishin
Be careful under the railroad bridge. Some big gravel and concrete chunks come off when the train comes over.

Fished it a lot, never seen this.

Me neither.

Re: Ray Roberts - Buck Creek help [Re: PKfishin] #13738758 10/21/20 08:07 PM
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Originally Posted by PKfishin
Be careful under the railroad bridge. Some big gravel and concrete chunks come off when the train comes over.


I see what you did there

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