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Lewisville big Blues #13788510 11/29/20 04:54 PM
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Went out twice with cut shad on jugs and drifting. The Blues are hungry. After catching enough for a couple fish fries we started throwing them back.
The points didn't produce. However, the open water was non stop action

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Re: Lewisville big Blues [Re: stumpknocking] #13788513 11/29/20 04:59 PM
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Thanks for the share.

Re: Lewisville big Blues [Re: stumpknocking] #13788590 11/29/20 06:12 PM
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Braved the wind, Braved the cold, on Ray Roberts this morning, but threw in the towel when it started raining too. Found a ton of fish stacked in 20-25 foot, couldn't entice a bite with anything we had in the boat. I had minnows, nightcrawlers, jello chicken, shad, skipjack, punchbait, jello garlic hotdogs, and shrimp in the water. One nibble on the shrimp, and not a single hit on anything else.

Re: Lewisville big Blues [Re: stumpknocking] #13788664 11/29/20 07:05 PM
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Aww, and I was thinking about Ray Rob too...


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Re: Lewisville big Blues [Re: Ed-n-eddy] #13788771 11/29/20 09:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Ed-n-eddy
Aww, and I was thinking about Ray Rob too...

Fish were stacked and packed in 20-25 everywhere we went, in 18 foot or less nobody home anywhere. Cold rain and front threw them for a loop, I guess. They were all surrounded by tightly packed groups of shad in 17-20 foot. Couldn't find a busted up bunch of them, like they were being run through, anywhere we went.

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Re: Lewisville big Blues [Re: stumpknocking] #13788849 11/29/20 11:01 PM
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How big were the big ones?


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Originally Posted by 🌊El Gato Azul🌊
How big were the big ones?


We saw quite a few on the side imaging that had to be 25 plus, and a few really big ones. All were either tight to the bottom or just above it. Shadows were very close, on the ones that were suspended. Also saw some big schools of hybrids, or sandies. I haven't gotten good enough with my new sonar to tell the difference in size yet. We were around the Lone Oak Bridge, and Pecan Creek area. I wanted to get back in the timber more, but just didn't want to risk clobbering another stump, and the wind was kicking our butt anyway. Then, it started to rain. Only got to be on the water a couple of hours, disappointing.

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Re: Lewisville big Blues [Re: stumpknocking] #13789007 11/30/20 01:19 AM
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I wanted to know the size of the big Lewisville fish the original poster caught or see some pics. A little Birdie told me the fish were biting out deep Z.


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Re: Lewisville big Blues [Re: 🌊El Gato Azul🌊] #13789398 11/30/20 02:19 PM
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Biggest we kept was 10#'s. All were 7 - 12 #'s

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