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Lewisville white bass and hybrids #13670132 08/16/20 08:54 PM
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My buddy got a boat and we want to go after the sandies and hybrids. We got slabs. We are new to this. Do you tip the slabs with anything? Also, where is a good place to start looking? How deep?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks.

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Re: Lewisville white bass and hybrids [Re: Eternal Angler] #13670569 08/17/20 02:56 AM
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It will be money well-spent to hire Phil's Guide Service for a teaching trip to show you where to find them and.how to catch them.

Re: Lewisville white bass and hybrids [Re: Dennis Christian] #13671296 08/17/20 07:21 PM
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Very good advice. The lake has been difficult to catch on lately. 5 trips in two weeks and catching very few. Thumper and splaser using artificial baits, hasn't been very productive. Not sure if its the heat or the crazy boat traffic.

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