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Grapevine Question #14207405 11/30/21 10:39 PM
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Going to try Grapevine for the first time on Thursday. Do certain areas of the lake tend to hold smallmouth better than others? Not looking for spots just general info.

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The dam. The rocky little bluffs on the south side. Deeper rocky points.


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Dropshot with a finesse worm or a Berkley flat worm worked well. No big ones, but you'll get tired of catching them.

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You canโ€™t target smallmouth out there.. right now, that bite is dead. Post spawn is best time to target them and there are some good ones

Re: Grapevine Question [Re: Shoe Dave] #14207536 12/01/21 01:27 AM
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North east part of the dam. It's like a unicorn on GV, i have caught about 6 and I have been fishing it 3-4 days a week for two years.


Only tip i will give you is, if you can get up early (4am) get on the water. The bite before sunrise is good.

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