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Lake Waco Report #14053325 07/06/21 01:27 AM
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Just trying to help people catch more fish.

Fished Waco for the first time Thursday to Sunday.

It's up about 1-2 feet. Good water color.

Got a good flipping bite 4/8 for of water. Flipping standing timber. Seems like they like main lake offer back of pockets.

Flipped rage craw green pumpkin. Tips dyed. Black blue power worm 10 inch. Green pumpkin power worm 10 inch.

Hope that helps people.


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Re: Lake Waco Report [Re: Tiltedtitan] #14054258 07/07/21 12:25 AM
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Thanks for sharing!

I went all day today on Waco - fished from 6AM-4:30PM.

Caught 15...all under 2lbs. Lost my two biggest bites - a 3lb and 5lb - right at the boat, dang it...

They were aggressive right up until about 1PM. Pretty much caught all my fish on moving baits. Started out with a top water and when they stopped hitting that I switched to a chartreuse/black back square bill and picked up a few more. I also caught a few on a blue gill spinnerbait when the brush was too thick to work the crank. Got a couple bites and a couple hook ups on super hogs and flipping jigs (all watermelon or green pumpkin) as well...but those were few and far between.

Hope this helps you guys! If anyone wants to DM me some more information, mainly on how to navigate the river arms, I'd appreciate it.

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