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Grapevine cats ? #14143937 09/28/21 03:03 PM
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About how deep have y’all been catching the blues at grapevine?
We went the other night plenty of shad to be found but we couldn’t get a bite tried several spots nothing

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Re: Grapevine cats ? [Re: SwampHunter] #14144126 09/28/21 05:34 PM
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Fish are spread out at all depths in all our North Texas lakes right now as we are heading into the fall transition. You can catch fish all over the lake but I usually look in the top 1/3rd as lots of bait and fish migrate north and will stage in home zones waiting for the cool fall rains to flow into the creeks. Main channels with intersecting channels and the flats next to them in 10-25 ft is a good depth to target this pattern. You can catch fish all over really but if you can locate these staging areas you can fill the boat.


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Re: Grapevine cats ? [Re: 🍀El Gato Azul🍀] #14144211 09/28/21 06:48 PM
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Thanks I’ll try it

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