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    Registerd user Master in FishingTX dwaynez's Avatar
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    Welcome Rasali50

    Welcome to FishingTx Rasali50
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    Member Hooked on FishingTX rasali50's Avatar
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    Help!

    Hey thanks for the hospitality! Just bought a small boat for my son and I and I'm looking for some tips on Somerville and Gibbons crk since they are fairly close to my home. Can any help?

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    Senior Administrator Master in FishingTX Gentleben's Avatar
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    Welcome Rosali50 ,Crappie Tracker and dewaynez wil be your pros in that area of the world Thank you for joinin
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    Welcome rasali50.Enjoy all the sites.Ck your forum for your lakes.Sorry on help on gibbons here,fished yesterday caught big fat 0.

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    Welcome to FishingTx rasali 50!! Hope you enjoy the site.

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    Welcome Rasali50. What do you like to fish for on Somerville? Have you fished there much? Crappie, sand bass and catfish will get real good in about a month.

    Catfish Jac on this board fishes Somerville frequently. Hook up with him for some recent info.

    I have done a lot of spring and summer fishing on Sommerville, up until about 5 years ago when I moved to Tyler. Too far to drive now. I will be gald ot share what I know.

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    I'm going to Somerville one morning this coming weekend , probably Saturday ... unless it's going to be 80 degrees. I'll be fishing at Welch Park from the bank, using waders to walk the rods out for casting.

    I haven't done a lot of boating there yet since I only have a dinky trolling motor. I'll probably start exploring the NW end of the lake since it's a little more remote and Welch will be too packed with people when the warm weather comes. Need to find me some deep holes for next summer with John's depthfinder! Anybody know where I can get a map of Somerville?

    I did a lot of boating/jugging at Yegua Creek last summer just down from the spillway, putting in at the brige on 36. I mainly caught smaller fish but I was using punch baits mostly. You could probably do a lot better with bluegill, cooking your jugs overnight. Just watch out for the spiders!

    JAC

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    Member Hooked on FishingTX rasali50's Avatar
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    White bass and my absolute favorite crappie. I have bank fished all my life. Then I broke down and bought a 15 ft jon with a 15hp mercury.

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    Senior Member FishingTX Angler Supreme HamourKiller's Avatar
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    Welcome Rasali50! Hope the site puts you on some fish. But be warned! These jugs will ruin them R&R's!

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    welcome to fishingtx.
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