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Eagle mountain sand bass #13677358 08/23/20 02:38 AM
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I was just wondering if this is the main lake humps that most people fish for Sand Bass. I would like my daughter to have a good time and get on some fish.

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Re: Eagle mountain sand bass [Re: spartan31086] #13677384 08/23/20 03:18 AM
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There are some down by the dam too. Only fish I've been able to catch have been trolling. Near some points on ledges. 18 feet of water.


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Thanks! Never tried trolling. I’ve only had a boat 3 years still new to lake maps and other methods

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Yep those are the mid lake humps that are usually mentioned. The point of contour lines nw of those is a good place to look also.


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It seems that jigging is best earlier in the year and trolling in the late summer. The white bass seem to be really spread out right now. We were catching a lot of them in May by jigging. You might try hiring a white bass guide on Eagle Mountain to learn more about how to find and catch them. There are some really good guides in our area.

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Re: Eagle mountain sand bass [Re: spartan31086] #13677578 08/23/20 01:04 PM
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There are several other good structures. I'll note them on a map and post later.

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