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#12390552 - 08/17/17 10:55 PM Lake belton thermocline
Sand_Fly Offline
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Registered: 01/29/13
Posts: 78
I was thinking about fishing Lake Belton at the end of the month while I'm in town for the start of dove season. Is there a thermocline on the lake. I will probably be fishing with rod and reel and maybe running some jug lines. Anyone having any luck or any updates for catfishing on the lake. Any advice is appreciated.

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#12390627 - 08/18/17 03:03 AM Re: Lake belton thermocline [Re: Sand_Fly]
SunUpSunDown Offline
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Registered: 04/09/16
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Loc: Harker Heights Tx
Yes thermocline is at 40 to 35 foot depending where your at on the lake .the upper part 36 bridge area holding nicer blues and channel's . more shad toooo . juggings been pretty hot at night , about 1 hour till dark . check out my last video I posted on you tube ( belton lake fishing , Steve Webb ) we caught a 50 , 40 , 3 25lbers and a handfull of small one) good luck Sand Fly.

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