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#12334015 - 07/11/17 09:45 AM I-30 (East Texas) - Bank Fishing Spots??
dln1957 Offline

Registered: 04/12/04
Posts: 278
Loc: Fort Worth, TX
I'll be driving through East Texas later this month. Any good suggestions on where to wet a line? Any fish is good. Thanks.

Edited by dln1957 (07/14/17 07:27 AM)

#12335158 - 07/11/17 10:19 PM Re: I-20 (East Texas) - Bank Fishing Spots?? [Re: dln1957]
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#12349279 - 07/19/17 10:49 PM Re: I-30 (East Texas) - Bank Fishing Spots?? [Re: dln1957]
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Tyler's on I-20 .

Take the first Mt. Pleasant exit and head north to "Tankersley Drive" where the Toyota dealership is . Follow it to the small park on Tankersley (lots of sunfish on the banks) . Or keep going north past Lowe's until you hit the next light . Turn left on FM 1734 and drive about 10 minutes to the spillway . You can park on the side of the road or there's an old blacktop driveway just past it . I've caught some nice black and white bass there as well a crappie .

Cast low and watch out for that dang lure-eating willow . realmad

You'll also be close to Bob Sandlin and Monticello .


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