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Nolan River #14289799 02/19/22 06:03 PM
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Is it too early for white bass in the Nolan?

Re: Nolan River [Re: cappyphil] #14289935 02/19/22 11:22 PM
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Re: Nolan River [Re: cappyphil] #14289944 02/19/22 11:30 PM
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For the most part I would say yes. The Nolan should be a few days to a week ahead of the DFW area but I am finding a few in the creeks around here and I suspect you can find a few there as well. Main lake water temps here are right around 50 degrees. Today I found tons of fish hugging bottom in 36' so they seem in no hurry to make the run any time soon.

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Originally Posted by cappyphil
Is it too early for white bass in the Nolan?

Yes to early, they are skipping this year, go elsewhere please


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Re: Nolan River [Re: cappyphil] #14289994 02/20/22 12:45 AM
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Thanks guys for the info. In years past it seems I always went too late. Thought I might try to get a jump on it this year. That's why I ask.

Re: Nolan River [Re: cappyphil] #14291430 02/21/22 06:30 PM
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It wonโ€™t matter if we donโ€™t get good rain soon. Need a couple gulley washers. Iโ€™m also starting to get concerned about the GA with lack of rain ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿป

Re: Nolan River [Re: cappyphil] #14293525 02/23/22 04:57 AM
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Are you guys fishing the Nolan with boats or accessing it somewhere and fishing from the bank to catch the white bass running? What part of the river?

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