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redears? #14231578 12/27/21 03:29 PM
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I would like to get on some good redears in the San Antonio area...either from boat or bank. Anyone have any tips on where/how I could catch a few?


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Re: redears? [Re: Red White and Blue Guide Svc] #14231593 12/27/21 03:48 PM
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Lake Dunlap was loaded with big Redear. The problem is the Dunlap Dam broke destroying a lot of the habitat for big sunfish. If you have a boat I would suggest Meadow Lake below Seguine. Spring, summer, and fall are the best times. Onion Creek, Lady Bird Lake, and Lake Austin also have nice populations of nice Redear. thumb


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Re: redears? [Re: Red White and Blue Guide Svc] #14236955 01/02/22 04:22 PM
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Biggest of the sunfish. Canyon Lake, and some running hill country creeks are good places to look. coolio

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