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Help decide where I fish next? #14006146 05/22/21 01:08 AM
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I've been bank fishing a lot recently, and my normal spots are getting stale to me. I figured it would be cool experiment to see where forum members think I should fish next, if anybody would be interested in that. I am fishing on lakes Graham and Edelman, which are connected. It has been raining enough to raise the water a foot or so recently. I've attached some screenshots but it is easier to get the full picture on the chart viewer on navionics.com. While my access to the middle of the lake is limited I can make it out there for a short time, however locations that aren't too far of a troll form the bank are preferred. TIA to anybody who takes part in this thread!

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Re: Help decide where I fish next? [Re: Lonestar Angling] #14006238 05/22/21 02:56 AM
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I love scoping out potential new spots, here's a few that looked pretty decent and at least somewhat accessible. IDK if a few of these are private or not.
33°08'26.2"N 98°36'11.0"W
33°08'09.1"N 98°36'04.9"W
33°08'34.3"N 98°36'28.5"W
33°08'51.5"N 98°36'04.2"W
33°09'13.4"N 98°35'58.6"W
33°07'49.3"N 98°37'53.6"W
33°09'10.1"N 98°38'12.9"W
33°10'00.7"N 98°37'55.4"W
33°10'11.7"N 98°37'34.9"W
33°09'59.7"N 98°37'17.8"W
33°09'54.5"N 98°37'25.1"W
33°09'32.5"N 98°37'36.1"W


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Re: Help decide where I fish next? [Re: Lonestar Angling] #14006274 05/22/21 03:22 AM
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Re: Help decide where I fish next? [Re: TXMulti-Species] #14006608 05/22/21 02:54 PM
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TXMulti-Species, thank you!! I'll be going through these spots and finding the most accessable ones today. Most spots from the bank are private but can be easily fished from a kayak or bass buster if you don't mind anchoring up. This thread will be updated as I check new spots, so if you'd like to see how things go stay tuned.

Whistlebritches, thank you! I'm looking forward to hearing back from you, and looking forward to trying some new locations that you recommended.

More coordinates are more than welcome from anybody interested in humoring this thread, I'm mainly doing this for a change of scenery rather than to catch any more/different fish, so the spot doesn't have to look like the most insane producer you can find. I'll be bringing along nightcrawlers, range cubes and/or pack bait, and some plastics (BG jigs, yum dingers, craws, etc.). Any recommendations for extra equipment I haven't mentioned are also more than welcome!

Re: Help decide where I fish next? [Re: Lonestar Angling] #14008781 05/24/21 07:30 PM
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Letting people know what you're fishing for might help to get some different view points on where to fish.


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Re: Help decide where I fish next? [Re: Holzer] #14009098 05/25/21 12:53 AM
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Originally Posted by Holzer
Letting people know what you're fishing for might help to get some different view points on where to fish.

Sounds like he's fishing for a little bit of everything based on the baits he listed!


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Re: Help decide where I fish next? [Re: TXMulti-Species] #14009537 05/25/21 01:41 PM
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Originally Posted by TXMulti-Species
Originally Posted by Holzer
Letting people know what you're fishing for might help to get some different view points on where to fish.

Sounds like he's fishing for a little bit of everything based on the baits he listed!


I didn't see any baits mentioned in the original post.
But I now see where the OP added some baits later.


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Re: Help decide where I fish next? [Re: Holzer] #14009653 05/25/21 02:53 PM
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Holzer, I should have mentioned in the original posting that I'm really looking to fish for anything that bites. If I bring a micro rod with me I can catch 6" channel cats all day and be happy, I'm just getting tired of going to the same spots day after day and this was a good way to motivate me to try some new areas.

If the rain looks like it's going to ease up later I'm going to hit the first spot on the list (33°08'26.2"N 98°36'11.0"W) as it is private but you can access the property for $5 to fish the entire bank.

Re: Help decide where I fish next? [Re: Lonestar Angling] #14009881 05/25/21 05:11 PM
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fish this spot, right there next to the lake. x

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