[b][/b]Figured I'd see if anyone is interested in this map. I've moved to Florida and recently my old fishing partner also moved out of Texas so I no longer need this map. For two years I fished Belton pretty much every week year round and plotted my keeper sized catches for one full year to see if I could track the nomadic fish the lake is known for. Basically if I caught a keeper I would mark a black dot on the map with time of year and type of bass (small mouth or black) when I got home and added some notes if something particularly worthy of extra attention happened (IE 5+ pound fish, large schools etc...). Ended up plotting around 70-100 spots, I fell short of marking how many fish came from each spot but there was at least one there lol. I'm not going to claim it's a secret key to dominating the lake but some tournament wins came from deriving patterns from the marks on this map so If you're stinking it up out there this may help. These points where charted spring 2012 to spring 2013 I believe water level ranged from -12 to full pool, I heard the lake is above pool now so that must be factored in to whether this map has any use to you. I can also give a basic idea of baits, conditions, depth etc for particular areas.
It does have some nostalgic value to me so I'm thinking $40.00 to your door.