The torrential rains Sunday have soaked in, and the runoff has crested the Sabine River flow. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration web site, the Sabine had risen roughly four feet from Sunday through Tuesday, crested and is slowly falling. This data was collected at the U.S. 59 bridge between Marshall and Carthage.
With the influx of new water, the white bass should be stampeding upstream. All this of course means the bite should be awesome. Actually, the white bass bite was pretty good before the rains but this should improve the catch rates further upstream as well.
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