Hello there! I never thought I would give a desperate plea but since there are so many sand bass right now I am hoping someone might want to help us out!
My kids are on Spring Break and I have taken my daughter and son fishing for the last two days. We went to Eagle Mountain on Sunday...only one small black bass. We went to Lake Granbury today...only one baby black bass. At no point did my daughter put down her rod for two days straight and has come up empty two days in a row. I feel so bad for her! She is 10 and never really shown an interest in fishing until lately and I want to put her on some!! We are picking up minnows in the morning and heading to Possum Kindgdom tomorrow and I would LOVE to put her on some White Bass and let something pull on her rod...finally!
I have just scoured this forum and it looks like a week or so ago the area just west of Castello Island? I noticed on my plotter there is a hump just east of Castello Island as well. I also saw that there were some caught just west of the State Park on a drop off area it looks like that is labeled Creek Bed Cedar Creek on Navionics. I have never really fished for Sand Bass though and I continue to read how they are "up the creeks." Since we are putting in at the southern part of the lake at Bluff Creek Marina...is anyone willing to share any tips on how to catch these, etc. Are they all the way up the creek as far as I can take the boat?
I saw you mentioned Rock Creek DblHaul. I was looking at the map and I saw Rock Creek Camp Cabins and RV Parks and then a Y in the very northern part of the lake itself. Is this where you were saying they were holding up? Up the creek toward Frog Branch or up the larger arm to the west up the physical creek?
I honestly can't say thank you enough for anyone willing to share! Your welcome to text me as well if you rather. Scott - 817-458-2602.