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bassNspear

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Hey Guys!! Going up to Alex Next week to spend the week up there. Wondering how the water level is and if you can get into the lakes. Also, how the fishing has been. Some information would be thankful!!

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Water is low...but we did get some rain last week, and this whole weekend. Getting through the channels is not a problem.

Panfishing is always pretty decent. After the recent rains I've begun seeing some moving in shallow again. Best bet is the outside weed edges...15-18 fow. We had some success finding bass suspended over 30 feet of water...fished about 15-20 feet down and had lots of bites.

good luck and good fishing!

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Any size to those suspended fish?

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We only caught a couple little ones....less than 15 inches...

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sounds like its tuff to find fish that are over that 15 inch mark

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