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After the front hits... #13873379 02/04/21 01:31 PM
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What are the sand bass/hybrids gonna be doing after this front hits today? I was planning to hit Tawakoni tomorrow since there won't be much wind but I have been out of the game for along while. Plan was to fish north of the 2 mile bridge on that channel on the east side. I think it's deepest part is about 30-35' but I am open to any opinions you guys may have.

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Re: After the front hits... [Re: Jeffs_Fork] #13873703 02/04/21 04:50 PM
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High pressure or big upward splke in pressure , fish are going to relate to trees. Easy to find mid lake , have to figure a way to pull them out.

Re: After the front hits... [Re: Jeffs_Fork] #13873758 02/04/21 05:37 PM
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I would be looking at the dam area in deeper water and deadsticking.



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