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Houston County Lake Dredging? #14174507 10/29/21 12:32 AM
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This is the fishing report off of TPW's website. Why are they dredging?

GOOD. Water stained; 65 degrees; 0.24 feet below. Dredging has the water murky. Crappie are good, suspended around brush and standing timber in water depths 12-18 feet using minnows. White bass are schooling from the surface to 20 feet of water and biting on silver slab spoons.


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Re: Houston County Lake Dredging? [Re: Rayzor] #14175304 10/29/21 06:11 PM
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They are making it safe for the wake boats! bolt


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Maybe up by the islands so they can sell more property for homesites and boat houses.

Re: Houston County Lake Dredging? [Re: SteezMacQueen] #14175589 10/29/21 11:47 PM
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Originally Posted by SteezMacQueen
They are making it safe for the wake boats! bolt


They would need to remove a s***load of stumps to do that!


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Re: Houston County Lake Dredging? [Re: Rayzor] #14176612 10/31/21 01:33 PM
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Could they have meant “Lake Houston”?

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They are definitely dredging lake Houston. Water is about 4” high though right now. Caught probably 15 yesterday on Houston.


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Re: Houston County Lake Dredging? [Re: 361V] #14177105 11/01/21 12:29 AM
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Originally Posted by 361V
Could they have meant “Lake Houston”?


The post is listed under Houston County.


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The only thing I trust in the fishing reports is the date.

But I did find this online: https://www.shoretechmarine.com/project/2306/

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Originally Posted by JimFrisco
The only thing I trust in the fishing reports is the date.

But I did find this online: https://www.shoretechmarine.com/project/2306/


Now, I understand this. The area around the old boat house is very shallow and nasty.


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I will be out there this weekend and will take a look.

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Originally Posted by JimFrisco
The only thing I trust in the fishing reports is the date.

But I did find this online: https://www.shoretechmarine.com/project/2306/


Nice!


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