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Gizzard shad #14319455 03/18/22 05:04 PM
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I have been trying to catch gizzard shad from the bank with my castnet for the last few months. I've gotten lucky here and there but I am looking to get better at it and want to have a discussion with someone who is willing to talk to me about it. I've been going to white rock creek lately but I also know lewisville is loaded with them. I could really use some help.

Re: Gizzard shad [Re: Tommycat23] #14319609 03/18/22 07:49 PM
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They aren't in my normal spots yet at Lavon. I usually don't start catching them though for about another month or so. I'm not sure where they are when water is still pretty cold. I don't have a boat so I have to wait for them to come to shallows.

Re: Gizzard shad [Re: Tommycat23] #14326462 03/26/22 03:10 AM
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During the colder months they are deep.

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