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Lake Travis - May 2020 #13560918 05/17/20 02:55 AM
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I now feel that the majority of bass have now transitioned to post spawn. I am now looking at primary points at the front of the spawning creeks with a deep water channel swing nearby. Deep docks with numerous cross members and a low platform are probably the best. Also, deep timber off of these points can also be good. I would recommend setting aside a rod with a topwater tied on so you can fire out to schooling fish off these points. But, good techniques for deep points can be deep diving crankbaits, carolina rigs, and even jigs and texas rigs. It’s mainly about how high in the water column the fish are positioned and their level of activity. Once you determine these factors, you can select a presentation to suit the specific situation.


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Re: Lake Travis - May 2020 [Re: Finesse_God] #13561166 05/17/20 01:10 PM
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Don't they ALL have "deep water" in front of them? And aren't ALL the docks in "deep water"? LOL!


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Re: Lake Travis - May 2020 [Re: fivebites] #13567075 05/22/20 02:42 AM
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Originally Posted by fivebites
Don't they ALL have "deep water" in front of them? And aren't ALL the docks in "deep water"? LOL!


Lots of docks on Travis in shallow water


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