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Old 03-23-2020, 05:24 PM   #11
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The longer I fish it seems the less i know about them!
Just when you think you know something, it all changes lol!
I am not sure at all if the flood assists the white bass who went up the river to spawn on their return.
I do know that the white bass that travel upriver to spawn take their time getting up there, staging up in different spots, hanging out at the deep holes in creeks and the river until the water temp, flow, and clarity are all as good as it will get that year and then they spawn in waves on the rises. Then those that have spawned turn around and haul buns back to where they live the rest of the year. So I guess the physical speed of the fast flowing river in flood times do speed up their return, but they really go back much faster than they take going up to spawn.
Water clarity plays some role as the water can't have too much turbidity that will smother eggs with derbies in the 48 hours before they hatch. Since the eggs attach to rock, gravel, etc... severe floods will actually dislodge eggs and destroy them.
White bass spawning females sense the conditions and wait for the best conditions for a good hatch before releasing their eggs. If good conditions don't occur the females will hold their eggs and absorb them through the year. Many years in the past I cleaned female white bass with withering eggs in late August.
It seems to me that happens most when there is a big population of mature white bass in the lake, less than a majority travel upriver to spawn, and there will be eggs present in females late into the summer.
White bass are reported to grow about 10" in a year in the Trinity watershed.
So almost an inch a month, which means the white bass spawned all year long last year lol!
Because there are white bass of every size except big in the lake right now.
Most years if there is not a raging flood the white bass are back in the south end by April 15th.
I hold off my expectations for the year until after then.

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Old 03-23-2020, 06:49 PM   #12
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I agree with you .


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Old 03-24-2020, 08:38 AM   #13
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Well Stated SS.
These past few years and floods have really taken a toll on Lake Livingston and the Dam.
You would think with all the flooding the dam would be great but it hasn't. Not like years past with rafts of BIG schooling WB.
2 years ago was a great time to take up crappie fishing....This past year I have started to expand to different lakes. Starting to get the Bass itch now for some strange reason. I guess that's mostly what's on TV.
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Old 03-30-2020, 09:11 AM   #14
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WOW 37K at the Dam
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Its gonna be another one of those years....
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Old 03-30-2020, 11:38 AM   #15
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About 6 miles north of 190 . A lot of debris coming down.
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Old 03-30-2020, 12:56 PM   #16
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Water is smoking through the gates 37,100 CFS. Takes a big arse anchor to hold in the river!
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Loy,
Can you give us a LL Chocolate milk report? Is it muddy down to the island.
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Yoohoo maybe! Not Chocolate!

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Can you give us a LL Chocolate milk report? Is it muddy down to the island.
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Old 04-02-2020, 11:50 AM   #19
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By golly I was there today! And the water still looks great on the east south end.
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tarpon trinity

will it make it to the bay??
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