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Tips for Rayburn #13983179 05/03/21 02:19 AM
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Any tips for Rayburn

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Re: Tips for Rayburn [Re: Tomczak jake] #13983181 05/03/21 02:22 AM
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Avoid it for a bit. It's been beat to hell the past week or so.


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Re: Tips for Rayburn [Re: Tomczak jake] #13983236 05/03/21 03:06 AM
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Be careful. I saw a few floaters this weekend and with it still coming up and the wind blowing like it has I'm sure more will be out there. As for fish, they are in every depth range right now. They arent everywhere though so move around till you find them.

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Re: Tips for Rayburn [Re: Tomczak jake] #13983266 05/03/21 03:52 AM
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Can catch them shallow around hay grass and torpedo grass very easy with a buzzbait or frog. Then can either throw a senko in that same water or find some grass in 7-12ft range and throw plastics.

Re: Tips for Rayburn [Re: Tomczak jake] #13983275 05/03/21 03:57 AM
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Probably going to come up a foot or two this week. Plenty of small fish in the bushes but as mentioned, it's been beat to heck last few weeks.

Re: Tips for Rayburn [Re: Jarrett Latta] #13983446 05/03/21 01:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Jarrett Latta
Probably going to come up a foot or two this week. Plenty of small fish in the bushes but as mentioned, it's been beat to heck last few weeks.


I would imagine a foot or two as well.

The old Angelina River is way out of here banks on 59 and I am sure the Attoyac is as well.

We had 6+ inches in the area in the last few days. bolt


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Re: Tips for Rayburn [Re: Tomczak jake] #13983454 05/03/21 01:13 PM
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I think its gonna get tougher as the water comes up. Cover alot of water is my tip.

Re: Tips for Rayburn [Re: Tomczak jake] #13983482 05/03/21 01:29 PM
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In the Toyota series 2 days of practice was brutal and 1st day of the derby stunk, had enough bites to have a decent bag. Caught a bunch of 14-15 inch spawned out rats that didn't weight nothing those three days, wind was terrible. Moving day I got little clue and wrecked them me and my co-angler between both of us we had well north of 100 fish, but, we both lacked a kicker, w/ had several first day eat a frog but you couldn't catch one. Next day co-angler had a big shark a frog, I didn't even throw it because they don't want it yet. Let them perch come in and that well change.

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Originally Posted by wjg
In the Toyota series 2 days of practice was brutal and 1st day of the derby stunk, had enough bites to have a decent bag. Caught a bunch of 14-15 inch spawned out rats that didn't weight nothing those three days, wind was terrible. Moving day I got little clue and wrecked them me and my co-angler between both of us we had well north of 100 fish, but, we both lacked a kicker, w/ had several first day eat a frog but you couldn't catch one. Next day co-angler had a big shark a frog, I didn't even throw it because they don't want it yet. Let them perch come in and that well change.

Perch were in the middle of drains spawning already. This water comes way up you won't be able to get to the new fish....

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