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first 3 and stillhouse and you can throw in Belton and Travis. Or forget Travis and Belton and just go Conroe, Stillhouse, Conroe, Limestone, Conroe, Fayette. ;) Just trying to give everyone a fair shot at their own Sharelunker. ;D
 

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Conroe - Surface area: 20,118 acres - Lake Record Bass -15.93lbs
Limestone -Surface area: 12,553 acres - Lake Record Bass -11.75lbs
Fayette County - Surface area: 2,400 acres - Lake Record Bass - 12.25lbs
Somerville - Surface area: 11,456 acres - Lake Record Bass - 11.01lbs
Livingston - Surface area: 90,000 acres - Lake Record Bass - 12.45lbs
Canyon - Surface area: 8,308 acres - Lake Record Bass - 11.69lbs
Stillhouse - Surface area: 6,429 acres - Lake Record Bass - 12.74lbs
Tradinghouse Creek Reservoir - Surface area: 2,010 acres - 10.60lbs (However, in April and May, the freshwater redfish hit the topwater lures, too. Redfish to near 30lbs hitting a topwater plug is a rush!)
Lake Houston - Surface area: 11,854 acres - Lake Record Bass - 10.47lbs

IF ONLY THESE LAKES, then this would be choice:
Fayette County - February
Stillhouse - March
Lake Conroe - April
Tradinghouse in May
Canyon Lake in June
 
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