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    Georgetown Bank Fishing

    I know the lake gets a bad rap but surely some of y'all are at least attempting to cast a line in the area? Being that there aren't any phenomenal spots (at least to my knowledge) in the area, I figured it would be easy to consolidate your catches into one general Gtown thread.

    Ive been riding my bike down the San Gabriel trail and cast a line wherever I see fit. Managed to pull these out yesterday and today. I know they aren't exactly lunkers, but its better than being skunked!

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    I have had some luck fishing the shore opposite from Russel Park, and also have a blast wading downstream from the big dam at the park in Georgetown. Think its San Gabriel. Get a kayak or let me know and we will get in the boat and fish

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    3/16

    Morning
    Drizzly/Humid/Cool but not cold
    Water clarity: stained

    Rode my bike down from Bootys park and worked my way past a few different spots. Attempted to try my hand at a chatterbait, got bit about 5 feet off shore, unfortunately missed the hook set. Started working a lipless crank for a bit, to no avail. Eventually ended up switching over to weightless texas rig and tossing it around cover. Managed this perty lady.20180316_083209.jpg

    Continued working the texas rig and tossed around a hollow body frog as well. Texas rig strikes again.20180316_090854.jpg
    Packed it up and decided to move down stream/river? at that point

    Mid/Late Morning
    Warm/Clear Skies
    Water clarity: Stained/clear

    Passed a few spots along the trail but didn't spend more then a few minutes at each, might be able to pull one or two out but I chose to move on. Eventually made it to San Gabriel park. (anybody actually fish here with any luck?) Hydrilla as far as the eye could see. I wasn't packing anything heavy enough to punch through the stuff so I headed around to Blue Hole not expecting much. Bucket brigade was out in full force so i followed a trail as far away from them as manageable. Bagged these two and called it a day. 20180316_104136.jpg Aw how precious. 20180316_111527.jpg Not a bad note to end on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by welderdude View Post
    I have had some luck fishing the shore opposite from Russel Park, and also have a blast wading downstream from the big dam at the park in Georgetown. Think its San Gabriel. Get a kayak or let me know and we will get in the boat and fish
    When you say opposite Russel Park, would that be Cedar Breaks area? And the big dam to me is the lake dam, thats not what you meant right? I have pulled a few decent ones out of that little reservoir behind there. If your talking about San Gabriel, you would be wading under the overpass then correct?

    Im working on getting a yak this summer. Im a teacher so the summer gig usually funds my toys

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    Also, found this map of "fish attractors" ,georgetown_structure.jpgaka cedar trees ,placed in Georgetown Lake. I believe it was some time ago but nonetheless, here it is...
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    I fished the area south of Russell Park in the coves, against the trees. And no, by the "big dam" I was talking about the dam that forms the small lake at San Gabriel park that is socked in with hydrilla. Wade downstream from there and there are a few decent little pockets.
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    Date/Time:
    3/17/18 4:45PM

    Conditions:
    Overcast/Windy/Stained Water

    Location:
    Neighborhood retention pond / Georgetown

    Lure:
    Wacky Rigged green pumpkin finesse worm

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    Thought Id try out Berry Springs Preserve today....

    Conditions:
    Overcast/Drizzle/Breezy/Cool
    Water:
    Clear/LOTS of hydrilla

    Thought a frog would be dynamite out there today but unfortunately not. Managed a dink but thats about it. Spotted a few decent size bass, couldn't get them to bite though. I think it gets a fairly decent amount of pressure so the fish are definitely cautious, had a few curious nibbles on a drop shot though. Might have better luck at the actual creek but Im not sure if it runs through private property.
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    Mid-afternoon
    Warm/Clear Skies
    Water Clarity: Stained

    Did a little lunch fishing at a neighborhood pond near work and this one chomped the chatterbait.

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    Thanks for joining in the Gtown thread David, nice fish!
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