kdub#1 Start by looking at Lake DeGray in Google Earth. You will be looking at the arm of the lake that heads due north.
Zoom in until you see Arlie Moore and Boy Scout Camp Rd. Remember launch from the north ramp, not the one on Arlie Moore Rd.
I would concentrate my efforts on the 2nd and 3rd main coves on the right or east side. Zoom in and look at the two coves and notice
standing timber just as you enter these coves.On the bottom right of Earth you will see the pics were taken in November and
the lake levels at that time were around 10 feet low. So the timber you see on Google earth will be covered up. Second place to
go is the Navionics Web app. http://www.navionics.com/en/us-campaign
When you open it up just click where it says enjoy your charts.
Study the same areas. You will see some brush piles marked on the chart. They are pretty accurate. I always fished these areas starting
in the deepest water with timber or brush and worked my way shallow. You will find them pretty quick. The fish finder will help for sure.
If you are marking fish right on the bottom in the timber they are usually cats or gar. Don't be surprised if you find the craps in water
25' all the way to the shallowest of brush. It happens all the time there, even in the hot months. If you have any questions let me know.