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Somerville Help #13839348 01/09/21 05:39 PM
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Planning to go to Somerville this next week to white bass fish.

Anyone have any suggestions about current conditions techniques etc.?

Dead sticking ? Trolling? Water depth to fish etc?

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Re: Somerville Help [Re: cliffshot] #13843895 01/12/21 10:26 PM
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Hey guys. Anyone have any info on Somerville?

Re: Somerville Help [Re: cliffshot] #13846454 01/14/21 09:45 PM
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I would imagine that Sommerville is just like any other Lake around here. Look in the deep water around the dam and find bait. You'll find fish there too. Dead stick with a fluke and a fly above. Or a small slab with a fly above. Lake has a great sand bass and hybrid population. Make sure you are doing a slow drift (.5 - .7 mph) I am sure you'll do good.

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