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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake Brush Piles [Re: have_rod_reel_travel] #10811861 05/01/15 07:04 PM
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Originally Posted By: have_rod_reel_travel
Let me help you out....

Points, creek channels, cuts, breaklines are all "structure" changes in the bottom of the lake...
Trees, stumps, brushpiles, bridge pilings are all "cover" places where fish can hide..

People use these terms all kind of ways but this is the true definitions...



This is a point...


This is greatly appreciated!!!

Re: Eagle Mountain Lake Brush Piles [Re: steven mixon] #10811867 05/01/15 07:05 PM
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I work for a fire protection company so getting my hands on underground pvc and cpvc is super easy and relatively cheap!

Should I put some rebar inside the pipe to help it show up better on sonar and/or structure scan?

Re: Eagle Mountain Lake Brush Piles [Re: steven mixon] #10812050 05/01/15 08:20 PM
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I was just looking at Eagle Mountain lake and I liked the cove/channel just above but Crappie Cove sounds like the place to be. wink



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Re: Eagle Mountain Lake Brush Piles [Re: steven mixon] #10819331 05/05/15 12:45 PM
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What would be the legality of dragging this to deeper water after screwing a bunch of PVC to it?
Pretty sure the rain washed it out there, and it may be better off on the bottom than floating around waiting to ruin someone's day

Re: Eagle Mountain Lake Brush Piles [Re: BODA] #13673636 08/19/20 06:20 PM
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I hope you sank it.

Re: Eagle Mountain Lake Brush Piles [Re: have_rod_reel_travel] #13674067 08/20/20 12:55 AM
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Originally Posted by have_rod_reel_travel
Let me help you out....

Points, creek channels, cuts, breaklines are all "structure" changes in the bottom of the lake...
Trees, stumps, brushpiles, bridge pilings are all "cover" places where fish can hide..

People use these terms all kind of ways but this is the true definitions...

[Linked Image]

This is a point...

Finally someone who defined cover and structure correctly. Learned this from Buck Perry's book Spoonplugging. Not saying it hasn't been defined before, just the first time I've seen it. Concise.


I would rather die finding out there was no God than die finding out there is.
Re: Eagle Mountain Lake Brush Piles [Re: have_rod_reel_travel] #13674073 08/20/20 01:01 AM
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Originally Posted by have_rod_reel_travel
Let me help you out....

Points, creek channels, cuts, breaklines are all "structure" changes in the bottom of the lake...
Trees, stumps, brushpiles, bridge pilings are all "cover" places where fish can hide..

People use these terms all kind of ways but this is the true definitions...

[Linked Image]

This is a point...

Finally someone who defined cover and structure correctly. Learned this from Buck Perry's book Spoonplugging. I'm not saying this hasn't been done before, just haven't seen it. This is concise.


I would rather die finding out there was no God than die finding out there is.
Re: Eagle Mountain Lake Brush Piles [Re: steven mixon] #13674824 08/20/20 08:19 PM
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CORRECT SIR


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