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Question about Houston County lake #9865923 03/30/14 12:51 AM
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Is it possible that my Wife could have caught a hybrid striper on HCL? I looked at the Texas Lake Finder and it says that white bass are in HCL. It also does not mention that TPWD has ever actually stocked white bass. I am no expert but I could swear that what my Wife caught today was a hybrid. If it wasn't, it was the biggest white bass I have ever seen. I was so confident that it was a hybrid that I let it go without taking a picture.

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Re: Question about Houston County lake [Re: Rayzor] #9867390 03/30/14 07:57 PM
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Never say never but someone might have released a hybrid. While not known as a white bass lake the creek that feeds HC Lake is a tributary of the Trinity and evidently trapped some when it was impounded. When I started fishing it 25+ years ago sandies weren't rare.

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