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Up 27 feet since February 1. Impressive!

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Fished Sat from 9-6 and wife n I caught 2 fish. Water is muddy as heck.  One was a 4 n half pound that looked like she was already spawned out.  

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On 3/13/2019 at 7:46 PM, Adicted said:

Leaving saturday

So, how'd you do?  I am looking at next Sunday, hoping this warm weather will get things swinging.

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It takes pretty warm daytime temps to break the 68-69 degree mark. Just hope you are on the lake when it happens. I’m planning on getting at Bartlett this coming weekend to satisfy the itch. If daytime fishing sucks, I know I can catch whiskey catfish at night and still have a decent fry. 

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Wheres our Alamo report from last weekend?

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Speaking to crappie - I wasn't there first hand but I heard Alamo was just starting and some fish were being caught, especially Sunday. One guy I know caught a dozen long lining mid lake and another report I read online said a jet black male was caught in shallow water.

Reports I have from Roosevelt weren't as promising, including a fishing tournament where one fish won it and it was caught off the bottom. I have a few friends that can catch fish that got blanked, mostly due to the windy and murky water conditions. Roosevelt is going to slowly keep filling but as the surface area increases into the higher water elevations the next couple weeks, the lake will stabilize enough for the fish to get comfortable in beds. It should start this weekend after this small front passes. My somewhat educated opinion anyway..

Also had a report that even Saguaro was murky across the lake, so bad that the guy couldn't check if bass were on beds yet, can anyone confirm that one?

 

 

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4 hours ago, CouesPursuit said:

Speaking to crappie - I wasn't there first hand but I heard Alamo was just starting and some fish were being caught, especially Sunday. One guy I know caught a dozen long lining mid lake and another report I read online said a jet black male was caught in shallow water.

Reports I have from Roosevelt weren't as promising, including a fishing tournament where one fish won it and it was caught off the bottom. I have a few friends that can catch fish that got blanked, mostly due to the windy and murky water conditions. Roosevelt is going to slowly keep filling but as the surface area increases into the higher water elevations the next couple weeks, the lake will stabilize enough for the fish to get comfortable in beds. It should start this weekend after this small front passes. My somewhat educated opinion anyway..

Also had a report that even Saguaro was murky across the lake, so bad that the guy couldn't check if bass were on beds yet, can anyone confirm that one?

 

 

Not suprised about Saguaro.

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