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Tickfaw Bass

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I am looking for any tips on the Tickfaw river if anyone has any. You can smell me from a mile away with all the stunks ive been having. Location and water depth? Thanks friends.
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Re: Tickfaw Bass
Stay home on any wind in any east direction. Other than that, fish it like you would fish anywhere else.
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Don't currently fish Tickfaw,opting for much closer Tchefunte and would suspect both rivers should be getting in fairly decent shape,though T-Funky might be a tad clear and might be easier to spook fish on certain stretches of T-Funky.Hoping to get trophy double-bass mount from Sonny Miller's Taxidermy Studio in Crossroads,MS soon!!Good luck on Tickfaw!Been chasing ducks and will start fishing T-Funky out of Chapman pirogue real soon,fun stuff indeed!!

Mandevillian
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I know I’m alittle late on this, but fish with June bug speed craws or black worms against the trees and lay downs. I find the bass hang more on the dead trees. You can go in there and do really well but most of the time it’s just an average river (10-15 bass days). There is some canals near the lake that hold clear water and fish.
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Getting ready for our first Lenten Fish Fry at Abita KC council,St Jane de Chantal and chatted with very knowledgeable parishioner who reminded me that pollen on vehicles equates to sac au lait getting frisky and tearing up micro lures and might sneak in T-Funky pirogue trip this coming Monday. Have never fished Tickfaw but suspect it to be quite similar to much closer T-Funky. Other options for me include Cane Bayou or Bayou Lacombe.

Mandevillian
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