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Winter Creek Shad Movement #14591293 01/09/23 05:29 PM
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Just wondering when air temperature reaches high of the day around 70 -75 degrees. Should I be searching for shad in the creeks or mouth of the inlet/river? It has been kinda odd, maybe someone can share there experience. Thank you.


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Re: Winter Creek Shad Movement [Re: Top_Water_Man] #14592460 01/10/23 01:54 PM
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Bank Walkers around here always said that the "Time To Go" was when it was really cold and nasty.

But, who knows for sure. Someone will be along to elaborate.


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Re: Winter Creek Shad Movement [Re: Top_Water_Man] #14592998 01/10/23 10:38 PM
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I have been fishing alot of creeks lately and honestly have not seen much shad in them as I did earlier in the winter


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Trying to catch a few crappie at Ray Hubbard has really been hard lately. fishing out in the marinas has been a bummer. don't have a boat so depend on the bank and marina's mostly. Hope it will be better this spring. Don't jig much, minnows and worms. I like going to Tawakoni. Living in Garland. Any suggestion?

Re: Winter Creek Shad Movement [Re: Top_Water_Man] #14594666 01/12/23 02:57 PM
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I follow a few Facebook pages for DFW fishing and I have seen that Rowlett Creek has been on fire for crappie. I usually take what people post on there with a grain of salt but it does look like most people are doing well.

You could give it a shot but, jut be prepared, it will be combat fishing shoulder to shoulder, especially around Miller Road.

Note: I haven't been to Rowlett creek yet this year, just sharing what I've seen on FB.

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