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TJ and I made it down to Beech Creek for a few hours yesterday afternoon. Found water temps between 69 and 73 and was pretty clear. They definitely were not generating any water as it was slick as I’ve ever seen it. We caught fish pretty consistently up and down the river on a jig, creature bait but most fish came on a wacky rig sinko. Our bites slowed when we ran out green pumpkin sinkos. Caught roughly 20 fish with no big fish to brag about. The biggest being 2-1/2lbs and the smallest being a 8” monster. Haha. Sure felt good to be on the water. Tight lines fellas!!

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On 6/4/2021 at 8:08 AM, trackertxw175 said:

That place is a tough nut to crack when the water is low and no flow or wind. Thanks for the report Matt. Hope you made TJ put clothes on after dragging him out of his new shop 😅😅😅

It makes a big difference when they are moving water. I’d like to figure out where those big girls go when the water gets that skinny. 


On 6/4/2021 at 8:18 AM, BulletDeuce said:

Thanks for the report Matt. Sounds like a good day for numbers. I haven’t had a chance to get down there yet. Maybe this fall.

I haven’t been down there for the fall frog bite in a while. TJ and I have been down there at night a few times yawing a night time spinnerbait and caught some decent fish. But it’s always been when the water was up in the mid 70’s. It’s a beautiful place to fish!!!!

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