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Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: AustinWader] #13780282 11/22/20 01:23 AM
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Originally Posted by Gruber
My we are greedy now?

They are in the lake of course, no, according to Buck Perry and his disciples they are located in deep water migration routes between deep water and the scatter point, (10 foot )



Greedy? Nope. I'm just asking you to tell us what lake these 10# bass congregate in schools of 300-400. You are the one who made that statement.


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All lakes that have deep water, they prefer 30 to 35 feet. Most Texas lakes not caddo of course, nature & behavior of fish, bass are fish, fish live in schools, schools live in deep water which is the home of the bass, a word on safety out fishing a wide open expanse like tawakoni the wind can make it like an ocean out there so be safe, there will also be huge schools of fish other than largemouth bass.

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: AustinWader] #13780387 11/22/20 02:37 AM
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Goober you claim to know where all these 10+ fish live and how easy they are to catch but you fail to show proof . All you do is quote some guy that had a theory. Still waiting on pics

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: AustinWader] #13780391 11/22/20 02:40 AM
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Buck Perry has hundreds of pics online and YouTube and it’s not theory, his fifty years of fishing

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: Gruber] #13780397 11/22/20 02:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Gruber
Nice I am impressed with such blind luck, with the bass scattered in the shallows catching a ten plus is really impressive, it’s a needle in a hay stack compared to a school of 3 to 4 hundred ten plus on a point or break line in deeper water, finding them is difficult but any ten year old boy could catch them!


Yes, every lake has schools of bass with 4,000 pounds of bass all over it. Amazing that the pros don’t just go find one and weigh in 100 lbs each tournament. Amazing that the big bass guys in California don’t just go find them.

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I’m also a big fan of charlie brewer and slider fishing, this is what started me on light line fishing, staying at my mother in laws in Wichita ks I found sliders at rusty’s tackle shop.

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Originally Posted by Gruber
Buck Perry has hundreds of pics online and YouTube and it’s not theory, his fifty years of fishing


I don’t give two rats [censored] of his pics or videos I want to see yours

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: AustinWader] #13780411 11/22/20 02:55 AM
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Fritts won the classic on deep water cranks, and football jigs were developed just for deep bass

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Originally Posted by Gruber
Fritts won the classic on deep water cranks, and football jigs were developed just for deep bass


What’s the old saying in Texas “ All hat and no cattle”. Hell you don’t even have a hat

Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: Mark Perry] #13780437 11/22/20 03:18 AM
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Originally Posted by Mark Perry
I love me some rip rap in 60' of water. A little 1" white grub on a 1/125th oz jighead thrown on unicorn hair 2lb test line and the finest Corinthian woven graphite rod will catch all the 10" bass a man could dream of. Just gotta make sure that rip rap is in ultra deep water as we all know bass hate shallow water. They hate it like peanut butter hates jelly.


This was awesome. I needed that laugh. Thanks.

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Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: Gruber] #13780444 11/22/20 03:25 AM
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Re: Why so many dinks? [Re: Darin S.] #13780450 11/22/20 03:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Darin S.
If Choke and Falcon ever get full again it will be game on. Probably won’t happen in my life time though.

Not sure about Choke but Falcon could be better in the future. We are in control of the dam now. At least I am hoping us being in control of the dam helps things.

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All in know is Mexico owes us a lot of water...Amistad and Falcon.
When did we take over control of the dam?

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