texasfishingforum.com logo
Main Menu
Advertisement
Affiliates
Advertisement
Newest Members
BossofBass, keystone6515, LibertyLures, Ryan humphrey, Familyguide5
113205 Registered Users
Top Posters(All Time)
TexDawg 95,542
hopalong 87,562
Pilothawk 79,887
John175☮ 77,591
JDavis7873 67,398
Bigbob_FTW 65,442
Derek 🐝 64,384
Mark Perry 60,211
Tritonman 58,917
facebook
Forum Statistics
Forums62
Topics782,672
Posts9,875,453
Members113,205
Most Online36,273
Jan 23rd, 2013
Print Thread
Palestine #13183843 06/13/19 01:29 AM
Joined: Jun 2005
Posts: 1,340
D
dbones Offline OP
Extreme Angler
OP Offline
Extreme Angler
D
Joined: Jun 2005
Posts: 1,340
Any info? Gonna give it a try in the morning maybe!!! Launching at the villages resort.


Wet Rooster Jigs Fishing Super Store
Re: Palestine [Re: dbones] #13184917 06/13/19 11:47 PM
Joined: Jun 2005
Posts: 1,340
D
dbones Offline OP
Extreme Angler
OP Offline
Extreme Angler
D
Joined: Jun 2005
Posts: 1,340
Thanks for the help. 15 hybrids. Smallest 20. Had a blast. RB u the only one that knows where. No sharing here.


Re: Palestine [Re: dbones] #13185766 06/14/19 06:43 PM
Joined: Feb 2004
Posts: 1,685
R
rbadley Online Content
Extreme Angler
Online Content
Extreme Angler
R
Joined: Feb 2004
Posts: 1,685
Yep I know. Glad I could help!

Re: Palestine [Re: dbones] #13186046 06/14/19 10:46 PM
Joined: Jan 2018
Posts: 106
J
Jaybonnett Offline
Outdoorsman
Offline
Outdoorsman
J
Joined: Jan 2018
Posts: 106
About time you caught something. Those H-E-B trips are a pain.

Last edited by Jaybonnett; 06/15/19 12:26 AM.

Keep doin what youre doin, youll keep gettin what youre gettin.
Re: Palestine [Re: dbones] #13189395 06/18/19 07:28 PM
Joined: Jan 2004
Posts: 1,698
Wildone Offline
Extreme Angler
Offline
Extreme Angler
Joined: Jan 2004
Posts: 1,698
Learning the lake - still have not found any hybrids.

Re: Palestine [Re: dbones] #13189904 06/19/19 05:29 AM
Joined: Jan 2005
Posts: 3,810
G
gotreal formerly known as getreal Offline
TFF Team Angler
Offline
TFF Team Angler
G
Joined: Jan 2005
Posts: 3,810
So where u catch em dbones


yup


if ye aint been skunked, ye aint been fishing! <<al einstene
IAMCOUNTRY
texas made lures. getcha some

Re: Palestine [Re: gotreal formerly known as getreal] #13190155 06/19/19 02:56 PM
Joined: Sep 2003
Posts: 939
rkd Offline
Pro Angler
Offline
Pro Angler
Joined: Sep 2003
Posts: 939
I haven't been on the lake in a while but if I were going after hybrids today, I would hit 3 spots. These are NOT secret spots but hold fish during June and July. If all else fails, wait for ATM to reply. He's way better at the hybrids (and now those little crappie) than I am.
1. Troll the sunken Hwy 155 road/bridge with a firetiger deep diver. Brand of deep diver (i.e. DD22, 6XD) doesn't seem to matter as much as the firetiger color. Best spot is where the old road bed (dirt) meets the concrete. This would be towards both ends of the current hwy bridge. The depth will only be 12-13 ft at this point so a DD22 will be dragging bottom...you may want to try something that runs around 15ft. The key is hitting the bottom. Yes, you'll lose some lures this way but most of my bites come right after the lure hits/deflects off bottom. There are two bridges on the sunken hwy. These bridges are in about 18ft of water and have rails on both sides. The river channel runs under these old bridges. The hybrids (and LOTS of white bass) will hang around these sunken bridges all day.
2. Horse Ranch Point-big main lake point on right going towards the dam. River channel swings in next to a ledge/point that extends into main lake. Used to be an actual horse ranch but now they've developed the land and there are big homes on it. The ledge gradually slopes to 15ft+ of water but then drops off drastically into the river channel. Good early morning spot. Trolling across this ledge works well but the fish will school here off and on during the day so a swimbait like a Storm Wildeye works on the schooling fish.
3. Mouth of Ledbetter/Highsaw-right where the main lake meets the "bay". Several small humps and ridges in 15ft-18ft of water. Small island to the right (north) as you go into the bay is a good marker spot. I like to go back and forth across the mouth of the bay staying in 15ft-18ft of water. Probably 1/2 mile south of that small island will put you close to the right water. It does get shallower as you go towards the bridge at the back of Ledbetter and drops off into 25ft+ of water towards the main lake but for some reason this time of year I have better luck in 15ft-18ft of water. I like to jig a 3/4oz hammered chrome slab here. And if they're not right on bottom, I'll throw that Wildeye swimbait out, let it sink to the bottom, then slowly reel up through the water column to get the suspended fish. You won't see these fish school on top like at the Horse Ranch but you will see an occasional giant shad jump out of the water and that's a sure sign a big hybrid was on it's tail.

Re: Palestine [Re: dbones] #13191831 06/21/19 02:00 AM
Joined: Jan 2011
Posts: 288
S
sandbasscamp Offline
Angler
Offline
Angler
S
Joined: Jan 2011
Posts: 288
Good job catchin. Glad somebody sent you a special tip. Rkt is lying to you. smile he forgot flat creek area. By tv time you burn gas looking at all those areas. Then we will talk.

Re: Palestine [Re: sandbasscamp] #13192229 06/21/19 03:09 PM
Joined: Sep 2003
Posts: 939
rkd Offline
Pro Angler
Offline
Pro Angler
Joined: Sep 2003
Posts: 939
Dang it, Sandbass, I was trying to keep them down towards your end of the lake and away from mine. I did you a favor by not mentioning Brookshires. Speaking of Flat Creek, I released my 14lb hybrid right out in front of the marina (after weighing her on their scales) and have been catching her 10lb offspring in that cove for years now. (too bad hybrids are sterile!!)

Re: Palestine [Re: rkd] #13192244 06/21/19 03:27 PM
Joined: Jan 2018
Posts: 1,681
N
Notaguide Offline
Extreme Angler
Offline
Extreme Angler
N
Joined: Jan 2018
Posts: 1,681
Originally Posted by rkd
I haven't been on the lake in a while but if I were going after hybrids today, I would hit 3 spots. These are NOT secret spots but hold fish during June and July. If all else fails, wait for ATM to reply. He's way better at the hybrids (and now those little crappie) than I am.
1. Troll the sunken Hwy 155 road/bridge with a firetiger deep diver. Brand of deep diver (i.e. DD22, 6XD) doesn't seem to matter as much as the firetiger color. Best spot is where the old road bed (dirt) meets the concrete. This would be towards both ends of the current hwy bridge. The depth will only be 12-13 ft at this point so a DD22 will be dragging bottom...you may want to try something that runs around 15ft. The key is hitting the bottom. Yes, you'll lose some lures this way but most of my bites come right after the lure hits/deflects off bottom. There are two bridges on the sunken hwy. These bridges are in about 18ft of water and have rails on both sides. The river channel runs under these old bridges. The hybrids (and LOTS of white bass) will hang around these sunken bridges all day.
2. Horse Ranch Point-big main lake point on right going towards the dam. River channel swings in next to a ledge/point that extends into main lake. Used to be an actual horse ranch but now they've developed the land and there are big homes on it. The ledge gradually slopes to 15ft+ of water but then drops off drastically into the river channel. Good early morning spot. Trolling across this ledge works well but the fish will school here off and on during the day so a swimbait like a Storm Wildeye works on the schooling fish.
3. Mouth of Ledbetter/Highsaw-right where the main lake meets the "bay". Several small humps and ridges in 15ft-18ft of water. Small island to the right (north) as you go into the bay is a good marker spot. I like to go back and forth across the mouth of the bay staying in 15ft-18ft of water. Probably 1/2 mile south of that small island will put you close to the right water. It does get shallower as you go towards the bridge at the back of Ledbetter and drops off into 25ft+ of water towards the main lake but for some reason this time of year I have better luck in 15ft-18ft of water. I like to jig a 3/4oz hammered chrome slab here. And if they're not right on bottom, I'll throw that Wildeye swimbait out, let it sink to the bottom, then slowly reel up through the water column to get the suspended fish. You won't see these fish school on top like at the Horse Ranch but you will see an occasional giant shad jump out of the water and that's a sure sign a big hybrid was on it's tail.


#3 has been very good to me

Previous Thread
Index
Next Thread


© 1998-2019 OUTDOOR SITES NETWORK all rights reserved USA and Worldwide
Powered by UBB.threads™ PHP Forum Software 7.7.3