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Robert James

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Did really good in May........Strpers were really hungry Fished 8 days straight and not a disappointing day. The mystery........not a sand bass caught by any of the four boats used daily. We used artificial bait 100% of time In 2017 the sand bas were everywhere. Have they shown up and if not what do you think happed to them ?
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Hey Rookie. I really don't think there is an answer to that as yet. Would make a great subject for a budding marine biologist to research. We had a good day trolling a while back and caught 1 sandie at Alberta Creek. We had another good topwater outing and didn't catch a single sandie.  It's a real mystery.
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Wasn't there a post here or maybe lake Texoma fishing forum about life cycle of white bass?
Supposedly a 4 yr life span. That would coincide with the population boom after the flood when big predator stripers disappeared. Just a theory.
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Wasn't there a post here or maybe lake Texoma fishing forum about life cycle of white bass?
Supposedly a 4 yr life span. That would coincide with the population boom after the flood when big predator stripers disappeared. Just a theory.


The wise one has spoken!!!!!👍
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Kahuna

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I'm not a real fisheries biologist, I just play one on the Internet! 😎
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