There are two areas that you can put jug lines and it's fairly easy to figure out once on the lake. Those are only lake rules not state law.
If you come out of the launch and go to your immediate right and proceed up that arm of the lake (Chupaderas) you'll see the high lines that cross over the lake. Anwhere on the other side of those high lines.
If you go to the other side of the lake and proceed up that arm all the way to the far northwest end you'll see the railroad and vehicle traffics bridges.
Anywhere past those bridges if fair game.
Just remember past the high lines and the bridges. If you don't pass either you are in the wrong area.
Ever since Thousand Trails took over the lake, they don't enforce non of the rules except for collecting money and pay tickets on your windshield.
I've seen people put out jugs just about anywhere on the lake, but with all the people trolling around you'll be lucky if you have any jugs left if you put them in the main lake.
If you put jugs out make sure they are properly marked because the Game Warden has been active on the lake lately but he doesn't enforce lake rules like how many fishing poles you can use on the bank or where you can put jugs out. His concern will be fishing licenses, safety equipment, life jackets, and properly marked jugs will be what he is watching for.
If you put jugs out be sure to place them where you can watch them! People out there are bold and will run a jug line even with boats around.
Edited by Jimbo (05/22/15 07:20 AM)
Just one more cast!