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By Longhunter - Posted on 12 March 2009

Fishing here in West Texas has been crazy...Before this last front I caught males in 3' water, and sows in 42' water... After 4 days of 30 degree weather it is going to be interesting. Maybe the ladies were smarter then the gentlemen.

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Do you think all the males moved back to the deep water during the cold front?

Longhunter's picture

No, they will move a little deeper, but only until they find the temp. they prefer. With the unseasonably warm weather we have been experiencing they are approx. 3 to 4 weeks ahead of schedual here. Normaly they get busy around easter and the full moon. This colder weather will probably put them more on schedual. Also we should have at least one more cold spell. One thing we can count on, they will spawn...To me the hunt is as much fun as the harvest!

Make It Count!!! <><

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Keeps your mind working too!

Take a kid fishing!!!

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