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Yeah the bass were definitely swimming with the gar, however I have found that later in the summer and into fall the gar will school up in certain areas and I haven't found bass around them when they do at that time of year.  

I was at the mouth of the Kings a couple of years ago in the fall, saw top water activity quite a ways away in back of that island near the mouth, I was probably at least 1/2 a mile away and could see the "blow-ups".  Hoped it was black bass or maybe a big school of whites.  Shot over there and it was nothing but gar and lots of them.

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6 hours ago, Quillback said:

Yeah the bass were definitely swimming with the gar, however I have found that later in the summer and into fall the gar will school up in certain areas and I haven't found bass around them when they do at that time of year.  

I was at the mouth of the Kings a couple of years ago in the fall, saw top water activity quite a ways away in back of that island near the mouth, I was probably at least 1/2 a mile away and could see the "blow-ups".  Hoped it was black bass or maybe a big school of whites.  Shot over there and it was nothing but gar and lots of them.

I've run into the same thing in the late summer down on cricket creek. Got all excited until I got there, must have been thirty gar. 😕

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