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Lake Livingston #14041202 06/23/21 07:49 PM
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Hey everyone I recently moved to Houston from the DFW area and am planning on taking my boat out this weekend on Livingston. Can anyone give some pointers on how people are catching white bass or hybrids? I was planning on hitting the ledges and humps first. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: Lake LIvingston [Re: Krappie-King] #14041217 06/23/21 08:16 PM
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I can give you one pointer, that is a stump filled S.O.B.

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Re: Lake LIvingston [Re: Krappie-King] #14041567 06/24/21 02:32 AM
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Whitebass around Points and humps on the south end or around Pine Island drops . Midlake around the old 190 road bed . Most people are using Slabs and teasers . Beacon Bay Marina should be stocked up on Ducktracker Slabs and Texan Teasers. The Southeast isnโ€™t too stumpy coming out of Beacon Bay west to Pine Island is clear . Should be a boat parade on the west end of the Island with trollers.
Several guides launch out of Beacon bay also and would be a good investment to learn the lake of coarse they are booked up now I am sure.
Midlake can get Stumpy for first timers .


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Re: Lake LIvingston [Re: DEWAYNE BULLARD] #14041811 06/24/21 01:21 PM
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Thank you for the replies. I'll be sure to take it slow the first time. Any early morning schooling action or signs of a thermocline? I will post up a report after this weekend.

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Re: Lake LIvingston [Re: Krappie-King] #14043776 06/26/21 12:51 PM
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How is water clarity this year in the old 190 roadbed area? Also, what size are the sandies running this year?

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Water clarity is getting better every day but its not clear by far. Lot of trash and wood floating in the lake in the areas of the river channel. White bass are as hungry as ever. Put 100 in the boat in about an hour yesterday. Ran to first spot found them and never moved. People were with me loved it.


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Re: Lake LIvingston [Re: Krappie-King] #14045089 06/28/21 02:23 AM
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Don't want you to give your spot away, but which part of the lake were you fishing - the south end, mid-lake, or north of 190 bridge?

Re: Lake LIvingston [Re: Dennis Christian] #14045275 06/28/21 01:19 PM
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I ended up fishing the middle of the lake Friday evening and Saturday morning. Water temp was 82-86 degrees. The water was definitely stained, but fishable. Caught 35 Friday and 60 Saturday. I only fished a couple hours each day. Fish were in 15-20' Friday and 10-15' Saturday morning. The best bite was on a gold Mepps, or a gold spoon. I found some schooling action early in the morning but the bigger sandies were deeper.

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