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    Senior Administrator Master in FishingTX Gentleben's Avatar
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    Ju the man **** good idear
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    Where ever it is gonna be I plan on bringing my camper too, and staying longer. Just a thought, everyone wants things to be close to home, so here is a thought. Cagle Recreation area here in New Waverly, is just around the corner from Stublefield.(Sam Houston Nat' Forest). The place is clean, hot and cold water showers, clean bathrooms, boat ramp, a place for bank fishing, electric hook ups, It would make a great fishing camp. Another thought is the pavillion at the Anchorage Marina, it would give cover if it was raining. Fairfield Lake is great, Fort Parker over on the Navasoto River, Martin Dies park (Dam B area) out on 190 east, ok I will stop, I don't know what everyone has in mind, but here are some of my favorites.

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    Good info Randy we'l lsee all tha t, I like to fish Conroe we stayed at castaways marina when there, Batch status not good idear for this site
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    Check out BJ's marina photo gallery there are some big fish in Lake Houston, ay Maki??
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    bigguns in houston

    Quote Originally Posted by Gentleben
    Check out BJ's marina photo gallery there are some big fish in Lake Houston, ay Maki??
    SEEMS LIKE EVERY TIME I VISIT lake houston i at least get an eyeball full of bigguns. and an earfulla wildwest stories eh? lol

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    supper lake suggestions

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    thats an option, i am curios where the rest of the site is interested in. i fish lake houston all the time. a thirty pound fish is a good fish, but livingston has monsters,
    !st choice POSSUM KINGDOM - on brazos -141 feet deep impounded in 1941- catfishe strippers and florida strain bass.
    http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/fish/inf...ng/lake_id.htm
    2nd choice LAKE GRANBURY ALSO ON BRAZOS RIVER -1 FOOT OR LESS WATER FLUCTION - excellen catfish and stripper - plenty of public acces
    http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/fish/inf...ry/lake_id.htm
    3rd choice LAKE WHITNEY also on brazos- 108 feet deep- impounded 1951- some of the best catfish striper and those fiesty scrappers called smallmouth. not to mention 10 parks. with excellen fishing from brush to sheer stone cliffs absolutly gorges lake. yall fishing them 20 foot hole ya might consider adding 20 foot of line and see what is lurking in the bottom of whitney.
    http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/fish/inf...ey/lake_id.htm

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    when in feb are we talking jan31 feb1 feb7/8th feb are great for me 14/15 okay i get off morning of 14th but other than that not sure i can be there without vac. but it dont matter march 1 2 3 4th got a trip planned for stripper and jugging planned on lake buchann with 2 guys from work.as far as where livigston my vote but im open for anything

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    mrmak have you jugged 140 feet down yet ??

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    a few more suggestions

    choice #4 of course there is always old faithfull sam rayburn. seems to always maintain excellent ratings on largemouth cats and crappie.-big lake and 80 feet deep.- brags about 22 maintained acces areas
    http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/fish/inf...rn/lake_id.htm
    also there is anothe old faithful cedar creek and richland chambers.
    http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/fish/inf...am/lake_id.htm
    http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/fish/inf...rk/lake_id.htm

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    not jugs

    Quote Originally Posted by gator
    mrmak have you jugged 140 feet down yet ??
    never fished jugs much before running into this crowd . **** have fished 60 feet straight down caught 40 pounders yellows and smaller. trotlined 60 foot a few time same thing yellows under 40 pounds. largest was a 52 pound yellow in 40 foot of water using a parachute cord for line a 2 inch hook and a 2 er 2 1/2 pound carp. he puked a 13 pound striper wieghable remains in swimout phase.( we used to let them biguns 20 pounder and over swim out for 30 days before proper cleaning)

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