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Belton or stillhouse? #13981165 05/01/21 12:47 AM
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I'm taking my buddy fishing for his birthday and we have to bank fish. Wondering which lake of the two. Where to go for good bank access. And what seems to be working (targeting bass whites and or cats). Thank y'all in advance!


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Re: Belton or stillhouse? [Re: fishwrangler] #13983495 05/03/21 01:37 PM
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Stillhouse, lots of submerged grass.

Re: Belton or stillhouse? [Re: fishwrangler] #13985203 05/04/21 04:10 PM
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If you have access to Ft. Hood you can get to Cowhouse Creek (Belton) with lots of bank access. There has been some good activity in there recently.

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