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Lake lavon #14333154 04/02/22 09:36 PM
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fish Anyone catchin slabs at lavon today. Not looking to pot lick, wonder What water temp was today round 12/1 pm on west side of lake, also what color jigs got results. Thanks for info. Gonna try slingin some on sunday, before pleasure boaters get out.. Will report back what i found.

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Most places I went this morning were 58-60, I’m sure it warm up later though. Thought it would be warmer

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will be out there sunday in a camo ranger. say hi if you see us

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Originally Posted by nellie
Most places I went this morning were 58-60, I’m sure it warm up later though. Thought it would be warmer

That’s right in line with what I found last weekend, even in the back of shallow coves on the warmest day we’ve had it was 62. While the days are getting warmer, the nights have just now started to warm up. Water warms up a lot slower than you might think. The spawn usually peaks around 65-68 degrees.

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cheers Thanks for info i' ll be there around 9am will report back BTW lost my H B transducer off transom yesterday!!!! bang barf

Re: Lake lavon [Re: Mckinneycrappiecatcher] #14333932 04/04/22 04:39 AM
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cheers I found 63.5 degrees , midday on west side. Could not find a bite though!!!!!

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Originally Posted by Lazy Ike
cheers I found 63.5 degrees , midday on west side. Could not find a bite though!!!!!

Were the brush piles still devoid of fish? Whenever I marked some crappie last time I was out they were in 15-20 feet and they were on the move, almost like you needed to spider rig or drift for them, but that’s not my cup of tea. Brush piles were bare, as was most of the other structure.

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I went north of the power plant and found fish in 4 to 10ft of water. I caught 10 very nice fish in 2hrs on Sunday. lost 2 before I could get them in the boat and missed 4 or 5 bites.

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Originally Posted by crappiekid
I went north of the power plant and found fish in 4 to 10ft of water. I caught 10 very nice fish in 2hrs on Sunday. lost 2 before I could get them in the boat and missed 4 or 5 bites.

[quote=crappiekid]I went north of the power plant and found fish in 4 to 10ft of water. I caught 10 very nice fish in 2hrs on Sunday. lost 2 before I could get them in the boat and missed 4 or 5 bites. [/qu
fish almost went n of power plant . but was searchin nw. side does warm up , but got windy could not find em Thanks YA'LL

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This rain will for sure be nice to fill the lake up, but any pattern there was for the crappie will likely be completely disrupted for probably a week or maybe more.

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Originally Posted by Mckinneycrappiecatcher
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cheers I found 63.5 degrees , midday on west side. Could not find a bite though!!!!!

Were the brush piles still devoid of fish? Whenever I marked some crappie last time I was out they were in 15-20 feet and they were on the move, almost like you needed to spider rig or drift for them, but that’s not my cup of tea. Brush piles were bare, as was most of the other structure.

fish Not sure where the piles you speak of. BUT i will follow!! we can meet at little ridge. BTW Got out TUE caught 9 was a little slow, kept 3 found 63. 7 deg. water, I Mean choc. shake lol no bites in 3/6 fow.

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The last few trips have been slow but starting to see warmer water temps (62-63 degrees). I have found more males in the mouth of creeks in 19 fow than I have found shallow. I typically try to hone in on trees, submerged trees and brush in 10-15 fow for staging females, but still not a lot of action on that pattern. The weather swings and cold snaps have them way behind the normal pattern for this time of year.


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Originally Posted by Desull
The last few trips have been slow but starting to see warmer water temps (62-63 degrees). I have found more males in the mouth of creeks in 19 fow than I have found shallow. I typically try to hone in on trees, submerged trees and brush in 10-15 fow for staging females, but still not a lot of action on that pattern. The weather swings and cold snaps have them way behind the normal pattern for this time of year.

Thanks for info. iam hoping to fish in the next few days if i can get winds below 15mph. LOL

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I haven't been out to Lavon yet this year. It looks like the level has risen quite a bit this month. Is the water level up in the brush?

Anybody been wading lately?

I will post a report if I get a chance to go this week.

Thanks

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Originally Posted by Lazy Ike
Originally Posted by Desull
The last few trips have been slow but starting to see warmer water temps (62-63 degrees). I have found more males in the mouth of creeks in 19 fow than I have found shallow. I typically try to hone in on trees, submerged trees and brush in 10-15 fow for staging females, but still not a lot of action on that pattern. The weather swings and cold snaps have them way behind the normal pattern for this time of year.

Thanks for info. iam hoping to fish in the next few days if i can get winds below 15mph. LOL


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