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Lake Graham #9844081 03/21/14 10:46 PM
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I have heard that the lake is very low and that the power plant is off line. Any info on how the fishing is would be helpful. My boat is down so I'll be bank fishing.

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Re: Lake Graham [Re: Fishing Big Jim] #9844410 03/22/14 01:27 AM
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power plant is on peak demand standby the first bridge is around 5-6ft deep second bridge no water at all have seen people bank fishing the what is now beach area by the eddleman ramp and bank south of eddleman bridge on 380 but dont know if they are catchin.

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Re: Lake Graham [Re: Fishing Big Jim] #9844452 03/22/14 01:39 AM
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and anyone that uses the Eddleman ramp should be aware if you are standing at the ramp looking toward the lake about 30ft out at about 10 o'clock there is a huge rock just inches under the water surface.

Re: Lake Graham [Re: Fishing Big Jim] #9845885 03/22/14 07:34 PM
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Crappie shallow yet?

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Re: Lake Graham [Re: Fishing Big Jim] #9845926 03/22/14 07:53 PM
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Not consistently and with lake so low having to look everywhere because not sure where they will be when they are shallow most of whats left of creeks are solid deep mud and dont think they will relate to that very well

Re: Lake Graham [Re: Fishing Big Jim] #9857783 03/26/14 11:10 PM
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Thanks for the update. I have fished the first bridge a lot for crappie and done very well. To bad the water is so low and I take it that if the plant is on standby then no water is coming out of the discharge.


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Re: Lake Graham [Re: Fishing Big Jim] #9858663 03/27/14 03:10 AM
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No! they sill circulate water 24/7 even when not generating

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Re: Lake Graham [Re: Fishing Big Jim] #9858973 03/27/14 11:53 AM
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That lake is packed with Hybrids, they are somewhere, I hope !

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Originally Posted By: gborg
That lake is packed with Hybrids, they are somewhere, I hope !


Ive only found them by accident away from plant. I never knew how to find them in open water. But times I have lucked into them out in main lake it was a blast. Except for twice when I was catching crappie hybrids moved in crappie gone! Tpwd says They are often caught in the channel between two lakes. Ive never seen it ever...

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