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#11619374 - 05/22/16 11:46 PM Fayette Co. Advice?
Seacoal Offline
Green Horn

Registered: 04/19/16
Posts: 6
Going out to Fayette Co for the first time Tuesday. Anyone have any advice? Ive never been to the lake and have no idea what to expect from water clarity, vegeation, structure, depth range and fishing method. Any help would be greatly appreciated

#11619388 - 05/23/16 12:57 AM Re: Fayette Co. Advice? [Re: Seacoal]
John P085 Offline

Registered: 07/19/12
Posts: 258
Loc: La Grange,TX
Look at the reports on here. They're chewing shallow, 2-4'. The big girls are further out in deeper water though.

Edited by John P085 (05/23/16 12:58 AM)
Fayette County and Lake Somerville Guide

#11619479 - 05/23/16 06:52 AM Re: Fayette Co. Advice? [Re: Seacoal]
Jpurdue Offline
Extreme Angler

Registered: 04/28/14
Posts: 1803
Loc: NW Houston
If you don't catch fish on Fayette, I'd pack it up and take up golf. Look for transitions, multiple kinds of cover near multiple kinds of structure and you'll thump them. This time of year they are going to be moving towards their summer haunts. If you don't get bit up shallow drag a C-rig across a couple main lake points. There is a recent honey hole episode that'll give you a heck of a start.
"Bragging may not bring happiness, but no man having caught a large fish goes home through an alley." -A.L.

#11619533 - 05/23/16 07:30 AM Re: Fayette Co. Advice? [Re: Seacoal]
timwins31 Offline
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Registered: 02/04/11
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Loc: DFW
Watch out for the buzzards, they eat pick ups.


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