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whitney #13226170 07/26/19 03:34 PM
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I'm headed down there this weekend for a trip with my grandson who is turning 7.
As much as I hate to ask, can anyone put a guy on some sand bass action? Or for that matter, a location where he could even catch some 'gills?
It's probably been 15 years since I've been on Whitney.

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With a boat... across the lake from Lofers west around the island or from Mccowns, around the bridge. Those are where I would start. Watch the birds, other boaters trolling. Good luck,

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Whitney has been slow. Actually, it's been terrible. Most of the fish went through the dam when they had the gates open after the flood. I would focus on gills, because the whites and stripers are sparse at best.

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