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Amon Carter Whites #13941130 03/30/21 12:30 AM
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Anyone in here do much fishing on amon carter? Im Planning on giving it a go this upcoming weekend. Any advice would be nice.
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Re: Amon Carter Whites [Re: imdgordo] #13941208 03/30/21 01:46 AM
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I would be curious to know how you do. I live up by Wichita Falls and am considering fishing this lake for whites as well. My only concern would be that the fish might still be in the creeks and not back to main lake yet.



Re: Amon Carter Whites [Re: Windbreaker] #13944701 04/02/21 02:27 AM
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I know last summer they were hitting surface pretty much all day on that stumpy side of the lake. I was curious if anyone else had been out on that lake. I live in fort worth and my family is in Burkburnett so its like a nice midway point for us to go fishing or playing on the lake. Its a very quiet lake for the most part so its enjoyable to be on. I'll let you know how we do, we will probably crappie and search around for any white bass activity.

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I've found them schooling around the tunnel right at daybreak but they dont stay up long and are super finicky and hard to catch. Never been able to figure out where they go once the sun comes up. hammer

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