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Lake Palestine #14494678 10/03/22 06:30 PM
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Going to lake Palestine for the first time in mid October any tips on locations and baits Thanks

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Re: Lake Palestine [Re: buck1018] #14494762 10/03/22 08:43 PM
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It’s low, be careful. Bite has been off for a little while now, but hopefully the fall bite is starting to pick up.


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Re: Lake Palestine [Re: buck1018] #14494824 10/03/22 09:56 PM
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Just got to Flat Creek and fish to your strengths. Be prepared to tear something up. That's a guarantee.

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Be bloody careful, especially mid lake N. Sand bars and an incalculable number of stumps. Catch it right and it's a heckuva lake.


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Originally Posted by Rescue Fire
Be prepared to tear something up. That's a guarantee.


Tear up fish or equipment?

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Thanks for the advice guys much appreciated.

Re: Lake Palestine [Re: buck1018] #14495653 10/04/22 05:58 PM
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Originally Posted by buck1018
Originally Posted by Rescue Fire
Be prepared to tear something up. That's a guarantee.


Tear up fish or equipment?



There are those who believe Flat is worse than Kickapoo or the Neches to get into. Many a boat has been torn up getting in there.

Re: Lake Palestine [Re: buck1018] #14495674 10/04/22 06:20 PM
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Alternatively, flip docks in Ledbetter or Saline Bay and near-by Points/Pockets using shallow-medium cranks. Should get you bit at least.


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Re: Lake Palestine [Re: buck1018] #14495699 10/04/22 06:31 PM
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Flat Creek is a 45 minute idle to get all the way to the back, it’s not impossible to do, just a slow trek. You’ll bounce off plenty of stumps but if you trim your motor up and go easy it’s not that big a deal. I try to hug the West Bank. I’ve seen people go in there full throttle up on plane, they’re way braver than me. I guess I’m lucky, I’ve never hung up on a stomp I couldn’t get off of.

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If his Palestine chip is anything like his Tawakoni chip it's well worth the money. I have tve Palestine version but have not used it on the lake yet.


http://www.lakepalestinefishingguide.com/

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I hate going to that lake, especially in a new boat, I know it is a good fishing lake, also hate having to idle for miles to get somewhere.


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Fish it all the time. If it were me, i would fish boat docks! North end got sprayed about a month ago. Lake is a little low, so treking up north is gonna be rough!

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Originally Posted by Mark Perry
If his Palestine chip is anything like his Tawakoni chip it's well worth the money. I have tve Palestine version but have not used it on the lake yet.


http://www.lakepalestinefishingguide.com/

Originally Posted by Mark Perry
If his Palestine chip is anything like his Tawakoni chip it's well worth the money. I have tve Palestine version but have not used it on the lake yet.


http://www.lakepalestinefishingguide.com/



I've got the Palestine chip. Worth the money but it's still rolling the dice if you run up north - guide lanes or not.

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Originally Posted by Txduckhunter
Originally Posted by Mark Perry
If his Palestine chip is anything like his Tawakoni chip it's well worth the money. I have tve Palestine version but have not used it on the lake yet.


http://www.lakepalestinefishingguide.com/

Originally Posted by Mark Perry
If his Palestine chip is anything like his Tawakoni chip it's well worth the money. I have tve Palestine version but have not used it on the lake yet.


http://www.lakepalestinefishingguide.com/



I've got the Palestine chip. Worth the money but it's still rolling the dice if you run up north - guide lanes or not.


I bought the chip for my first trip out there last month. There is no way I would run those lanes up north at the current water level except for the one pipeline that is south of the power lines. Hell about a 40 yard stretch of one lane was on dry ground.


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Originally Posted by RedRaider3933
Originally Posted by Txduckhunter
Originally Posted by Mark Perry
If his Palestine chip is anything like his Tawakoni chip it's well worth the money. I have tve Palestine version but have not used it on the lake yet.


http://www.lakepalestinefishingguide.com/

Originally Posted by Mark Perry
If his Palestine chip is anything like his Tawakoni chip it's well worth the money. I have tve Palestine version but have not used it on the lake yet.


http://www.lakepalestinefishingguide.com/



I've got the Palestine chip. Worth the money but it's still rolling the dice if you run up north - guide lanes or not.


I bought the chip for my first trip out there last month. There is no way I would run those lanes up north at the current water level except for the one pipeline that is south of the power lines. Hell about a 40 yard stretch of one lane was on dry ground.



Obviously you use common sense during low water.

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