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Help on Granbury #14363759 05/09/22 09:46 PM
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I have a buddy with a lake house that we're going to have a guys weekend on the 21st and am pulling up the boat, but have never fished it and probably wont again. It looks like lots of docks and some nice bridges. Are those the best starting places this time of year or will it be too late for docks? I have livescope and SI, so if anyone can point me in a general direction, that would be much appreciated! Also, we're not married to crappie either so if there are good general hybrid or catfish locations, we're game for that too. Thanks!

Re: Help on Granbury [Re: Lucas Loafman] #14363973 05/10/22 02:08 AM
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I can only tell you this, absolutely stay in the boat lanes. Tons of barely submerged trees over by the docks in front of lakeside homes on the North side of the lake, especially in the middle portion of the lake. People have signs in front of their homes that say, "If you can read this, you're in the stumps", and they're right. That lake throws me a beating on fishing every single time. I think I've only ever caught two fish out of it, in the years I've been going there. I seldom go any more. Mainly due to the massive number of underwater trees. It's a tackle eating lake for sure.

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Re: Help on Granbury [Re: z289sec] #14364796 05/11/22 04:28 AM
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Yikes! Thanks for the heads up. I had no idea and will certainly go slow!

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I've never fished it but hear it's a good dock lake! That's where I would start looking anyhow. It's a pretty lake. Irbys has great fish and hush puppies if that place is still around. I used to buy their hush puppies by the bag years ago!

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Be prepared for a barrage of large wakes. Summertime on a long, narrow body of water. I hate being negative, just want you to be mentally prepared to deal with the chaos.


Hebrew 12:1b let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which so easily ensnares us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, 2 looking unto Jesus, the author and finisher of our faith, who for the joy that was set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God.
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Shad spawn should be about wrapped up by then, and more fish should be settling into their postspawn pattern. Docks are mostly what I fish there any time of the year. You should definitely be able to find some under them. Bridges are good places to give a look at with the graph this time of year. Timber too. There are some brushpiles here and there, and some TPWD condos listed on the lake page. Don't be afraid to scan around a nearby marina either. They'll usually be holding some fish up in the stalls.

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Thank you all!

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