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Lake Lewisville Tips #13255259 08/21/19 03:51 PM
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**ANY TIPS WELCOME!**
A buddy of mine is wanting me to take him and a few of his family members fishin on Lake Lewisville this Saturday since I'm the only angler he knows.
I aint gunna pass up an opportunity to fish, obviously, but I also don't know much about lake Lewisville fishin other than fishing the barge.

We're taking out a fishing pontoon, and I'm wondering if it would be best to aim for crappie or white bass.
If crappie would be the best bet, what are some good spots to look for deep brush?
OR would it be better to aim for the bridges in the pontoon?

If white bass would be a better option, what are some good spots to check out?
Deep or shallow? LOL I've got so many questions...

I'll take any help y'all can offer. I wanna make sure they catch SOMETHIN! Lol


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Re: Lake Lewisville Tips [Re: nathanhdz] #13255294 08/21/19 04:36 PM
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If I was you, i'd hit the 35 bridge and fish for crappie on the pillars. If you don't know where brush piles are, then you won't find them. Sandies are slow right now


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Re: Lake Lewisville Tips [Re: nathanhdz] #13255314 08/21/19 04:51 PM
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Contact a guide and ask them if they would give a price on riding in your boat and show you locations to fish. Would be a learning opportunity and a great chance to put you and your family on some fish. We did this on Lake Fork. He showed us how to read our fish finder properly, tuned it in for us, showed us summer patterns for big bass and best baits to use. Still use those tips and tricks to this day and they work every summer.

Contact Jacky Wiggins. Super nice guy and an awesome guide. Maybe he can provide you some pricing for this kind of service if he has the time.

http://www.ntxfishing.net/


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Re: Lake Lewisville Tips [Re: nathanhdz] #13256240 08/22/19 03:18 PM
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Sandbass are schooling everywhere

Re: Lake Lewisville Tips [Re: nathanhdz] #13256361 08/22/19 05:22 PM
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It has been a while since I fished Lewisville but I use to fish it a lot. I fished mainly for sandies and hybrids. I am mainly a bait fisherman and my go to places when seining were the beach by the Colony ramp and the beach NW of the cut on the west side of the lake. My experience with Lewisville was forget about using store bought minnows for sandies. With a cast net I liked the Pier 121 marina and along the cut on the NW side. The party cove one. If you are thinking about trolling then you might try between the cuts. Live bait fishing I liked the are just north of the Colony cut and Twin Poles.


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Re: Lake Lewisville Tips [Re: nathanhdz] #13256405 08/22/19 05:50 PM
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Main lake humps and ledges just like any other lake. Watch for where the thermocline and humps meet up

Re: Lake Lewisville Tips [Re: nathanhdz] #13261213 08/27/19 12:53 PM
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How did yall end up doing


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Pulled a gun on his dryer and they caught a bunch of fish.
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