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Running Bob Sandlin #13968238 04/21/21 02:14 PM
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Gonna be headed out there tomorrow for the 1st time.. running the lake is there anything I should be concerned with.
Any fishing reports? fish

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Re: Running Bob Sandlin [Re: Paul - Lake Fork] #13968382 04/21/21 03:49 PM
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railroad tracks to the dam is pretty open, below the tracks is not. There are a few maps posted on here that show you how to run it (its not too difficult), see if you can use the search function to find one of them. This topic is brought up fairly often so shouldnt take long


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https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?mid=1mPsPn-QC_xiHkU8eqdklU2AznLw&ll=33.05303139544025%2C-95.07678075000001&z=13

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Yeo just search and you'll find it... Basically dam to the railroad bridge is open, then from Railroad bridge to 21 Bridge stay in the middle of the lake if you're trying to go out to the west end of the lake. Anything past 21 bridge, use some caution if you don't know the lake. The maps on here are pretty good to show that.

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