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Cypress springs #13971443 04/23/21 08:00 PM
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I’m headed to cypress in a week. Any opinions on what the bass are doing? Have the majority already spawned. Or mostly still Prespawn. Thanks for any info.

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Re: Cypress springs [Re: Eagle91] #13971451 04/23/21 08:06 PM
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Yes and Yes



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All 35 largemouth that remain in the lake have spawned or will be spawning very soon

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I would go on a weekend so you can enjoy all the wakeboats. Catfishing should be good. No bass that i know of in that lake.

Re: Cypress springs [Re: Eagle91] #13986913 05/05/21 06:52 PM
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No bass! You have got to be kidding, plenty of bass there

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Originally Posted by Newly Retired
No bass! You have got to be kidding, plenty of bass there



there are some good bass in that lake...



Re: Cypress springs [Re: coachallentca] #13986947 05/05/21 07:05 PM
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Originally Posted by coachallentca
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No bass! You have got to be kidding, plenty of bass there



there are some good bass in that lake...

no doubt, its just a shell of what it used to be. But that lake is full of spots!


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No bass! You have got to be kidding, plenty of bass there



there are some good bass in that lake...

no doubt, its just a shell of what it used to be. But that lake is full of spots!



I just can't but up with all the wake boats and jet skies. I can go to Sandlin and get away from them...



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No bass! You have got to be kidding, plenty of bass there



there are some good bass in that lake...

no doubt, its just a shell of what it used to be. But that lake is full of spots!



I just can't but up with all the wake boats and jet skies. I can go to Sandlin and get away from them...


yep, i just dont make the drive anymore. Family no longer has a place out there so its off my list for now


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It is still a great crappie and catfish lake for eaters.

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I've actually had my best bigger fish year over the last 14 months than any time over the last 10+ years I have had a house out there. I was never out there during the hydrilla days so have only know the current Cypress "bowl" and I NEVER fish out there from Memorial Day - Labor Day. And the crappie are finally starting to get back to the size they were a few years back.


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hydrilla days.... 7 pounders were common and easy. trap or worm on the edge of the grass (15-17') water depths.... those were magical times. 30+ pounds needed in tournament just to have a "chance" at winning.

I need to switch up my approach and quit fishing the same thing for bass every time I go. I get started catching crappie and can't stop... it's too fun. There's some big schools of black crappie that are 1.75-2# each fish! I love chasing them around in open water with the livescope.

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Originally Posted by SkeeterRonnie
hydrilla days.... 7 pounders were common and easy. trap or worm on the edge of the grass (15-17') water depths.... those were magical times. 30+ pounds needed in tournament just to have a "chance" at winning.

I need to switch up my approach and quit fishing the same thing for bass every time I go. I get started catching crappie and can't stop... it's too fun. There's some big schools of black crappie that are 1.75-2# each fish! I love chasing them around in open water with the livescope.


Then I’m definitely calling you for a “guide” trip. Have Livescope....will travel. Your family still have the place close to the marina?


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He sold that lot to the new marina owners. they pulled the RV's and I've heard it will be used for rental cabins. I go out there about once a week to catch those big crappie. right now they are stacked on a couple docks. got a limit in 30 minutes last week, ran around fishing lots of other piles and areas loaded with small crappie.

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Originally Posted by SkeeterRonnie
He sold that lot to the new marina owners. they pulled the RV's and I've heard it will be used for rental cabins. I go out there about once a week to catch those big crappie. right now they are stacked on a couple docks. got a limit in 30 minutes last week, ran around fishing lots of other piles and areas loaded with small crappie.


I want to see that livescope in action! Doge might buy me one yet lol


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