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Amistad grass #14122618 09/08/21 12:56 PM
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How is the Amistad grass doing relative to how it was 2-3 months ago and if it is doing good when will we typically see the grass die off? Thanks in advance

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Re: Amistad grass [Re: BassfisherHTX] #14122629 09/08/21 01:07 PM
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lake level has risen almost 3 ft in the last 3 months so a lot of the good hydrilla is just under the surface. I found some plumes last week that was growing out to 25 ft.
Winter water temps will determine if it gets cold enough to kill the hydrilla back.

Re: Amistad grass [Re: BassfisherHTX] #14123671 09/09/21 01:04 PM
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There is grass to be found but fishing has been really tough lately.

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