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Dave Hogge caught the new certified lake record today 8/14/08. The hawg weighed 12.74, 27 1/4" long, and 19 1/2" girth. View photo of this new lake record at

http://www.waypointmarkers.com

More photo's at http://www.waypointmarkers.com/lakerecord.htm

She was caught on a C-Rig in 25 foot, at 830 AM

Many anglers have been asking for more information on fishing Stillhouse. I was using a Power Tackle Rod, PT-104 from Texas Boat World, Shamino Calis AVS 200 and 20 Seaguar line, 1 ounce sinker, 5 foot leader (20 pound Seaguar) and a watermellonseed brush Hog. The key for big fish on Stillhouse right now is three things in the same location 1. A point near deep water or creek channel 2. Rocks on the point and drop 3. Brush/trees help alot mixed in with the rock. Start your search in 15 foot on top of the point and do not shy away from a point that tops out at 30+ feet and look for the rocks, brush, near the fastest drop.

If you go to my web site I describe how to locate several off shore structures that you may find usefull in your search for the next lake record, yes I know everyone is now gunning to knock me off the top. Congadulations in advance to the one whom succeeds. I hope it takes you ten years to do it. :) :) :) :)

Hey Paul  :-*
 

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WOW, that's one nice fish. Congrats on the record... :eek:
 
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