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Neches River at Chandler #14602062 01/19/23 04:30 PM
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Are sand bass showing up in the Neches River at Chandler yet?
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Re: Neches River at Chandler [Re: jdfish] #14602193 01/19/23 07:45 PM
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dont think so as very little traffic at ramp and parking lot

Re: Neches River at Chandler [Re: jdfish] #14607951 01/25/23 01:33 AM
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I’m glad you made this thread, i usually make one every year for everyone to keep up with and to update through out the white bass run at Neches in Chandler. Now i don’t have to! :)👍🏻

Re: Neches River at Chandler [Re: jdfish] #14610462 01/27/23 04:23 PM
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Did a scouting trip Friday 1/20/23. A few males sniffing around, but no numbers. The run hasn’t started in the Neches at Chandler.

Re: Neches River at Chandler [Re: jdfish] #14611773 01/28/23 08:40 PM
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there were 12 cars in lot on north side of 31 and 8 in south lot by ramp. Water rising and moving nicely.

Re: Neches River at Chandler [Re: jdfish] #14622041 02/06/23 06:50 PM
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Went yesterday caught 10 large female Sandy’s in about 3hrs. Water temp was at 47*. I hope they will be moving in soon.

Re: Neches River at Chandler [Re: jdfish] #14622214 02/06/23 10:16 PM
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wen ttoday , no fish no bites. as i was leaving 1 guy fishing slack water caught a nice one. 11 cars in lot. Water running well but looks like chiocolate milk , if that matters

I walked down the fence line a ways but swampy there.

Re: Neches River at Chandler [Re: jdfish] #14623092 02/07/23 08:22 PM
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Do the hybrids make their way up during the spawn there also?

Re: Neches River at Chandler [Re: iluvfishin] #14623240 02/07/23 10:33 PM
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Could be wrong, don't think hybrids actually spawn...if they're hybrids , they should be sterile... popcorn

Re: Neches River at Chandler [Re: jdfish] #14623348 02/08/23 12:03 AM
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Mixed opinions but maybe they are wired to spawn even tho they are sterile but...... We catch a lot of juvenile hybrids on cedar Creek and none have been stocked in eons. . In the past we caught good sized ones up Lacy creek pretty far from the lake.

Re: Neches River at Chandler [Re: romeroxl1200] #14624062 02/08/23 05:38 PM
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Originally Posted by romeroxl1200
Could be wrong, don't think hybrids actually spawn...if they're hybrids , they should be sterile... popcorn


Don't matter if they're sterile or not. They will still run through the same spawning process as their parental species.

Re: Neches River at Chandler [Re: iluvfishin] #14624673 02/09/23 04:17 AM
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Originally Posted by iluvfishin
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Could be wrong, don't think hybrids actually spawn...if they're hybrids , they should be sterile... popcorn


Don't matter if they're sterile or not. They will still run through the same spawning process as their parental species.

This is what they do & Eric is right about Lacy Creek! coolio


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They definitely follow their ancestry. A few years ago I caught nothing but hybrids one day during the peak of the run.

Re: Neches River at Chandler [Re: jdfish] #14625633 02/10/23 02:35 AM
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They still go thru the process of spawning. They typically show up a couple of weeks after the sandbass show up. I can remember catching 5 man limits on Rowlett creek using crawfish tails for bait.

Re: Neches River at Chandler [Re: jdfish] #14626094 02/10/23 04:17 PM
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Why would hybrids be sterile?

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