12-3-13 Fishing Report

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12-3-13 Fishing Report

Cedar Creek Lake - Water temp is 53 degrees, and lake level is just less than 5ft low. Our crappie bite has slowed down the last 4-5 days. We have been picking some fish up in 20ft of water but overall the crappie fishing has been slow. The white bass bite has been excellent and the hybrid stripers have turned on also. If your looking to just catch some fish we prefer going after the white bass for action and hybrid stripers for the big ones.

Lake O Pines - Water temp was 53 degrees on Saturday the 30th of November. The crappie werent yet stacked up in the deep water but I would expect them to be doing good in about 2 weeks time. Jigs in 30ft of water was our best depth.

Ray Roberts - Water temp 53 degrees and the crappie bite is slow. Some fish are being picked up on brush and timber in 30ft. The white bass bite has been good.

We hired Chuck to fish for hybrids. We were only 1 fish away from limiting out for a 1/2 day booking. Great time on the water. Chuck's worth taking out;he'll put fish in the cooler

- Miller -

They provide the best Crappie experience. We are planning our next trip. After fishing Cedar Creek in 1968, Chuck introduced us to Dock Shooting- a super experience. Reilly Bros.

- Reilly -

Great day of fishing. I had an employee event - took four boats - caught over 130 fish. Great day - great guides

- Wynne -

Had a great time 3 generations in my family went with me and guide was patient and put us on fish. Great afternoon! This was my second trip with Big Crappie and they impressed both times

- Knapp -

Went out on a crappie trip and had a great time. My friend fishes very little and I was worried he wouldn't be able to catch anything. They walked him through the moves and coached him along the way.

- Muntz -

All the guys are the best guides you can get for a trip. I hired guides for 30 years and Dallas Fishing Charters are some of the best. Your always on fish with first class knowledge on how to catch...

- Diveley -