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Any Bob Sandlin Reports? #12461725
10/11/17 01:41 PM
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Grapevine, Tx.
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Headed there Sunday for a day or two, then over to Fork. Sandlin reports are few and far between, I'm guessing backs of creeks like everywhere else? Thanks.

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Re: Any Bob Sandlin Reports? [Re: P_102] #12461758
10/11/17 02:18 PM
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Mt Pleasant TX
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Some small fish in shallow grass , good fish are hard to find right now , hoping this cooler weather helps , If its sunny , flip docks .

Re: Any Bob Sandlin Reports? [Re: P_102] #12461818
10/11/17 02:57 PM
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Our club fished Sandlin this past weekend and most of the fish were caught shallow. 18 lbs won and they came on topwater close to the mainlake.The better fish didn't seem to have made it to the back of the creeks yet.

Re: Any Bob Sandlin Reports? [Re: P_102] #12462228
10/11/17 09:54 PM
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Just fished it Monday. Caught 15 fish from 7-11. All on main lake structure. Nothing big, 3+ was the biggest. Biggest five were only maybe 11 pounds. Same areas have produced a few fish in the 4-5 pound range recently. Flukes, senko's and crankbaits in water up to maybe 3 feet deep. Look for the pond grass and you will find a few fish.

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