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Lake Limestone #14342014 04/12/22 11:31 PM
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I have never been on Limestone and my son and I have a tournament there next month. I hear that it is a stumpy lake and can be dangerous. Does anyone have boat lanes or suggestions?

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Football shaped fish , very strong and healthy .

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south of the power lines very heavy with trees to the west, there are a couple of places that you can get to the creeks, stay towards the east bank, tress come a lot further out into the middle than you would think. North of the bridge -- just don't bother going up there. I would suggest that you not run at night / dark.

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yes very stumpy lake, my navioncs chip outlines the stump fields and its
pretty dang accurate

Re: Lake Limestone [Re: Dbrit83] #14344799 04/15/22 11:40 PM
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Originally Posted by Dbrit83
south of the power lines very heavy with trees to the west, there are a couple of places that you can get to the creeks, stay towards the east bank, tress come a lot further out into the middle than you would think. North of the bridge -- just don't bother going up there. I would suggest that you not run at night / dark.


Thanks!

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Thank you. Yes I was able to see the VERY small dots on my navionics. Just crazy that the Lake Master doesn't show anything, i mean NO stumps on that map.

I tried to mark what I can see. Is it safe to run outside of these red lines? I just want to be safe for my son and my boat.

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I spent all that time and I could have just refered you to this: Limestone

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Originally Posted by G-rant
I spent all that time and I could have just refered you to this: Limestone


That is not a bad link and will give you a good idea but be careful going past the power lines, I almost got into the stumps going past there because the stumps were further out than what I had realized / seen on mapping.

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Not sure the lake level but the last creek on the south end (west side) has some trees in the mouth and the back is full of trees. Main lake is pretty accurate, the stumps really come out further than you think so just watch the map. The tree lines are very defined

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Originally Posted by Dbrit83
Originally Posted by G-rant
I spent all that time and I could have just refered you to this: Limestone


That is not a bad link and will give you a good idea but be careful going past the power lines, I almost got into the stumps going past there because the stumps were further out than what I had realized / seen on mapping.


Yes sir, I have actually used sat images to mark what I can tell on the main lake past the power lines. It seems that Navionics is pretty dage close to the areas of concern, one just needs to be mindful I guess that they can extend further out.

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Originally Posted by Jake Shannon(Skeet4Life)
Not sure the lake level but the last creek on the south end (west side) has some trees in the mouth and the back is full of trees. Main lake is pretty accurate, the stumps really come out further than you think so just watch the map. The tree lines are very defined


Thank you.

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All of the info you have gathered is vague at best. Do not trust any of those maps including the navionics chart viewer or your going to be in for a bad day!

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