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Brazos below Granbury #13798771 12/08/20 08:25 PM
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Anyone have luck here? I have tried fishing for crappie, LMB, and sandies below the Lake Granbury dam and a bit further downstream. Have not had any luck, but have been told by one person that the catfish bite is good down there in the deeper holes. I have seen fish feeding on the top water, but they look mostly like buffalo eating bugs (maybe I need to breakout the fly rod).

Rigs that I have tried down there:
- Cork and jig
- Rattle traps
- TX rigged plastics

Would appreciate any advice / tips / stories

Had this guy sneak up 20 yards from me while wading in the river (see attached).

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Re: Brazos below Granbury [Re: BrazosBully] #13798794 12/08/20 08:45 PM
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Great photo!

Re: Brazos below Granbury [Re: skeeter22] #13798825 12/08/20 09:05 PM
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Originally Posted by skeeter22
Great photo!

Thank you!


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Re: Brazos below Granbury [Re: BrazosBully] #13800654 12/10/20 03:31 AM
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As an update:
Had a good strike on a cork and bobber setup... Did not have my drag set and the fish ended up getting off, but it looked like a decent sized crappie. Was using an orange and pink curly tail grub on 1/16th white jig head.
Saw a lot of buffalo again... Definitely bringing the corn next time.


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Re: Brazos below Granbury [Re: BrazosBully] #13800782 12/10/20 11:40 AM
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Haven’t fished down there in a while, used to have a blast catching a little bit of everything


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Re: Brazos below Granbury [Re: BrazosBully] #13949346 04/06/21 03:30 PM
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Have been getting a mixed bag down there. The channel cats were caught yesterday, and the carp was in December. Have also caught a few crappie using a cork and jig--also some LMB have hit this setup.

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