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#10830847 - 05/09/15 01:54 PM Lake Tyler
Gary, Tyler Offline

Registered: 10/03/06
Posts: 29
Loc: Tyler, TX 75703
Anyone know what is going on at Lake Tyler. Last couple of times I have been I couldn't buy a bite except from a 10" Pickrel on a square bill.

Edited by Gary, Jville (05/09/15 01:54 PM)

#10831005 - 05/09/15 03:22 PM Re: Lake Tyler [Re: Gary, Tyler]
InTheClear Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 09/28/12
Posts: 1458
Loc: Southwest Texas
The sandbass fishing should be great, grab a jigging spoon and hit the humps...they've been eating everything forage wise in sight over the last few years. Best Sandbass lake East of Dallas! Thanks TPWD for your help in controlling the situation.

#10831020 - 05/09/15 03:35 PM Re: Lake Tyler [Re: Gary, Tyler]
Tony Maynard Online   content
Pro Angler

Registered: 06/10/09
Posts: 976
Loc: arp,tx
I say Fork is better at sandbass. Tyler can be tricky. I fish Tyler a lot it is my home lake and they can be finicky but I thought the dinks were eating good right now. Fished JC tournament 2 weeks ago and had a limit in less than an hour and started culling. Like I said though dinks. 5 fish went 9.63# of course first place was only 13 and some change. There are quite a few in the grass.

#10831272 - 05/09/15 06:10 PM Re: Lake Tyler [Re: Gary, Tyler]
Tundra/Tyler Offline

Registered: 08/22/13
Posts: 221
Loc: Tyler,Texas
Tyler is fine. You just have to adapt. Lake is full and tones of cover.
Dominic Lozano
Tyler, Texas

#10832016 - 05/10/15 12:46 AM Re: Lake Tyler [Re: Gary, Tyler]
Mayo Offline
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Registered: 08/13/08
Posts: 542
Was there Monday with brother. We did well with white spinner baits on east working them down main lake points well down into the coves in the morning. The bite wore off around tenish so we moved to the west side just past the boat ramp past the marina and cut to the left working that point back into the boat docks and killed them on green watermelon black flake senkos with tails dipped in chartreuse spike it rigged wacky style. For whatever reason the top water wasn't hot early morning but I'd still go for it. Good luck and let us know how you do...


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