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Are they still in the creek? #13969758 04/22/21 01:30 PM
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Are the white bass still in the creek or have they moved back to the main lakes?

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Re: Are they still in the creek? [Re: Axle965] #13972714 04/25/21 02:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Axle965
Are the white bass still in the creek or have they moved back to the main lakes?



Most are in the main lake on the couple I routinely fish. There may be some still in the creek, but a lot have come back.

Re: Are they still in the creek? [Re: Axle965] #13974191 04/26/21 02:55 PM
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I’m still catching them in the creeks. Last week the guys that were out on the main lake didn’t do well and had their boats still hooked up and drove to the creeks to catch fish. I think that freeze we had moved them back a few weeks.

The fish I’ve been catching in the creeks still have eggs. I bet you have a week, maybe two at the most, left and that’s about it.


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