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Daydreaming #14567315 12/17/22 04:43 PM
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Which lake do you think has the largest yellow bass? I remember years ago while at LSU Shreveport catching many yellow bass at Cross lake. Provided many a supper for a young bachelor. Thinking of heading to East Texas just to catch a few for old times sake. We don’t have any yellow bass out here in West Central Texas.


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We got them on Cedar Creek lake. I caught close to 20 a week ago. I kept a dozen or so because my wife loves to eat them. I believe Fork also has a good population of yellow bass.


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