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San Angelo Bass Fishing #14515666 10/25/22 10:28 PM
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Which lake within 30-45 miles of Angelo would you hit currently? Also, can boats put in at Twin Buttes currently?

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Re: San Angelo Bass Fishing [Re: westtexgolfer] #14515682 10/25/22 10:46 PM
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Ramps are fine at Twin Buttes, OC Fisher on the other hand is down to a mud puddle.

Re: San Angelo Bass Fishing [Re: westtexgolfer] #14516311 10/26/22 03:01 PM
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Originally Posted by westtexgolfer
Which lake within 30-45 miles of Angelo would you hit currently? Also, can boats put in at Twin Buttes currently?


Why go anywhere other than Ivie? If I lived in San Angelo all my free time would be spent at OH Ivie

Re: San Angelo Bass Fishing [Re: mossyback75] #14516465 10/26/22 05:18 PM
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Originally Posted by mossyback75
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Which lake within 30-45 miles of Angelo would you hit currently? Also, can boats put in at Twin Buttes currently?


Why go anywhere other than Ivie? If I lived in San Angelo all my free time would be spent at OH Ivie


Because Ivie can get very tough at times. It's a big bass factory but that doesn't mean the fishing is on fire all the time. There's a decent number of good lakes in the vicinity to hit up

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Originally Posted by wrfluke75
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Originally Posted by westtexgolfer
Which lake within 30-45 miles of Angelo would you hit currently? Also, can boats put in at Twin Buttes currently?


Why go anywhere other than Ivie? If I lived in San Angelo all my free time would be spent at OH Ivie


Because Ivie can get very tough at times. It's a big bass factory but that doesn't mean the fishing is on fire all the time. There's a decent number of good lakes in the vicinity to hit up


Buttes, Nasworthey, Spence, and Oak Creek are all within that 45 mile range and for what its worth their all fishing a little tough right now.

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Originally Posted by wrfluke75
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Which lake within 30-45 miles of Angelo would you hit currently? Also, can boats put in at Twin Buttes currently?


Why go anywhere other than Ivie? If I lived in San Angelo all my free time would be spent at OH Ivie


Because Ivie can get very tough at times. It's a big bass factory but that doesn't mean the fishing is on fire all the time. There's a decent number of good lakes in the vicinity to hit up


Its fall transition. Everywhere is fishing pretty tough. Ivie is still by far the best lake anywhere near there.

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Thanks for the input, I figured all were fishing pretty tough with the changing conditions but thought I would ask. I do not live in Angelo its 3 hours to any lake for me.

Re: San Angelo Bass Fishing [Re: westtexgolfer] #14516569 10/26/22 06:51 PM
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Originally Posted by westtexgolfer
Thanks for the input, I figured all were fishing pretty tough with the changing conditions but thought I would ask. I do not live in Angelo its 3 hours to any lake for me.


You can always consider Alan Henry.

We had 3 - 3 fish limits over 4 lbs in our club tourney this past weekend.

Fishing was on fire!

Re: San Angelo Bass Fishing [Re: westtexgolfer] #14517112 10/27/22 03:31 AM
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Go down I20 to Champion. Great little lake.

Re: San Angelo Bass Fishing [Re: mossyback75] #14518119 10/28/22 04:23 AM
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Originally Posted by mossyback75
Originally Posted by wrfluke75
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Originally Posted by westtexgolfer
Which lake within 30-45 miles of Angelo would you hit currently? Also, can boats put in at Twin Buttes currently?


Why go anywhere other than Ivie? If I lived in San Angelo all my free time would be spent at OH Ivie


Because Ivie can get very tough at times. It's a big bass factory but that doesn't mean the fishing is on fire all the time. There's a decent number of good lakes in the vicinity to hit up


Its fall transition. Everywhere is fishing pretty tough. Ivie is still by far the best lake anywhere near there.


That YOU know of. Lots of little lakes around here that Iā€™d rather go to most of the time. Especially now.


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