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Headed to Livingston #13988210 05/06/21 05:44 PM
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Headed to Livingston to run noodles and jugs in a couple weeks and I've never been. Buddy said we will be launching from shorline rv park. Anyone got any tips or suggestions for that area? Also will they be spawning towards the end of may or have they already started?


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Re: Headed to Livingston [Re: basspromaster] #13989015 05/07/21 12:31 PM
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Don't know anything about Livingston but once that water temp gets above 70, they can go on the nest about anytime. El Gato Azul said it was 76 yesterday in the shallows on Lewisville so if they aren't they will be soon. Good luck, good hunting...


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