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    Default Where to pull cranks monday 6/3/24


    Thinking of making the drive north (approx 2hr) to pull cranks. Where has anybody been catching anything. Be a little specific if you comment. Like if grenada what area.
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    If I were going to pull cranks, Iíd go to Sardis and start around lespedeza and go east working the north bank


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    I’m from Ohio and I was going to say Sardis as well. Had great success there a couple years back
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    How did you end up doing? Eagle 1 and I are going to Sardis Thursday pulling cranks. I haven’t really heard of anyone catching yet. Haven’t heard that they aren’t catching either though. Last summer I did well around Lezpedeza and Dam area.
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    as usual with me life got in the way.. wound up just scoping at barnett. I had decided on enid cause i always catch a lot of this there and its simpler to pattern for me.

    want to fish grenada more but its has so many areas to cover .

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    Don’t let all that big water intimate you. Pick a creek and start criss crossing over it. Get on edge of, fish middle of it, fish flat off of it. Run your line counters at a bunch of different depths and zero in on pattern. When you start catching adjust all line counters to certain depth. Go fast. Run 1.5 but don’t be afraid to go faster. You will cover so much water that you will eventually find fish. If you take that strategy and fish daylight until 2:00, you will catch a box of fish every trip. Especially on Ross Barnett where you can keep 10” fish. For example I was on Sardis Thursday and caught 60 fish with only 15 12” plus fish. The rest all would have kept outside of the big 4.
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    Donít let all that big water intimate you. Pick a creek and start criss crossing over it. Get on edge of, fish middle of it, fish flat off of it. Run your line counters at a bunch of different depths and zero in on pattern. When you start catching adjust all line counters to certain depth. Go fast. Run 1.5 but donít be afraid to go faster. You will cover so much water that you will eventually find fish. If you take that strategy and fish daylight until 2:00, you will catch a box of fish every trip. Especially on Ross Barnett where you can keep 10Ē fish. For example I was on Sardis Thursday and caught 60 fish with only 15 12Ē plus fish. The rest all would have kept outside of the big 4.
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    Thanks for the info. I have caught fish at Grenada, but never the numbers that I do st Enid
    and Iíve done exactly what you talked about. Itís just when I drive up there. The wind always seems to a factor and Iím better at dealing with the short creeks and narrower enid than Grenada


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    Been pulling cranks on Eagle Lake for two weeks. Ive had 9 trips and caught 60 fish limits every trip


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