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Lake Granbury #14459984 08/26/22 02:13 PM
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Going out this weekend to try Granbury, looking for some suggestions. I normally fish Whitney for stripers and wondering if I should fish Granbury the same. Also, might try my hand at crappie. Looking for a little guidance.

Re: Lake Granbury [Re: theduke] #14460644 08/27/22 04:21 AM
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Keeper stripers have been slow, but you may catch some on shad. White bass action has been good early on rocky points. There are small channel catfish everywhere right now. Crappie have been very sporadic in the normal locations around docks and bridges. Overall fishing has been pretty tough. Let us know how you do.

Re: Lake Granbury [Re: theduke] #14460670 08/27/22 05:19 AM
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Go south.


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