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Re: Lake Lavon [Re: rhuff99] #13608925 06/26/20 03:16 PM
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Generally speaking......Just FYI those cheaps slabs from the convenience store will catch you a limit of sandbass. 99% of catching sand bass is not the lure you are using, it's that you found them and then bounce something in front of their face. If there not biting whatever you are bouncing they are most likely not there.

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Re: Lake Lavon [Re: fishstalker13] #13611991 06/29/20 02:37 PM
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My daughter and I went out Saturday morning and found them at the inlet of the glass house cove. Big school of fish. 3/4 oz slabs. Two or three bounces and then bop-bop fish on! Lots of small fish and caught about a dozen yellow bass. Ended up with 6 keepers and loads of fun in about 45 minutes of fishing. The wind was brutal. I couldn't keep the boat on the school. Had to fire up the big motor then controlled drift over them. Thanks for the tips and pointers. I am going to fish with more confidence now.

Re: Lake Lavon [Re: fishstalker13] #13615105 07/01/20 05:38 PM
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One key is not the fact that you are marking fish. What you want to see is active fish stacked vertically near balls of bait. Leave the suspended fish in a horizontal band to the trollers.


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Re: Lake Lavon [Re: fishstalker13] #13615618 07/02/20 12:03 AM
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Thump thump thump and thump some more this time of year! Splash the water with an old rod.= fish! When you hook up with one try not to reel in fast,reel in slowly to fire the school up


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Re: Lake Lavon [Re: cobryan] #13618442 07/04/20 02:54 AM
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Originally Posted by cobryan
There quite a few good spots. Check the image below. I used to catch them pretty good on the RSR slabs or minnow. I know that he is out of the gold and silver for the shimmer shads but has made some no slabs with some of the glitter stuff. Just bounce the slab off the bottom when you mark some fish. [Linked Image]

I fished there myself for many years those are solid spots, try using smaller lures like 2 inch rubber shad bodies with1/4 or 3/8 ounce heads ..Yie on 2 if its windy or troll slow past those points.. the levy ( note its where he has the circle not where it shows on paper maps.)) near power plant is 14 to 20 ft on top good fish could be holding any where from the shallow end out and small lead slab with a strong crappie jig tied above will work there best.

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