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I took my brother in law fishing saturday morning from 6:30-12:30. We caught a few on topwater early up to 2 lbs on a zara puppy. We moved around and found a few more with a couple over 14" on a shakey head. Then we moved over to a brush pile to look for crappie. We caught a couple of crappie then I picked up my T-rig lizard and caught 10 bass to 21" in less than an hour. At one point I caught a bass 6 cast in a row. Then we managed a couple more crappie and called it a day. The water temp was 77-80. All fish before 9 were in less than 10' and after that we caught them in 15'. My Brother in law usually does much better! ??? Oh well, we had an awesome time.

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nice slot fish
 

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Those are some good looking fish. And thanks for the good report.
My wife and I are going to hit Georgetown in the morning. I have only fished out there a couple times, a couple years ago. Any suggestions or advise would be appreciated.
Congrats on the nice day on the water,
Emmett
 

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Fish slow around main lake points, the points with stickups are best. Bluff walls with large rock can also produce. Stick with a shakey head or drop shot for numbers and try t-rig for a bigger bite. Also, if you can locate them, the "Corp" or "Sun City" brush piles can be good....Uh Oh.... gotta go! ;D
 
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