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Sandies on Lake Worth #13914514 03/08/21 01:12 AM
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I keep hearing people talk about Sand Bass on Lake worth, but can never find them... Not eating them, just want something for the babies to catch to keep them interested. Any help would be appreciated.

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Re: Sandies on Lake Worth [Re: Dropshottin] #13914621 03/08/21 03:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Dropshottin
I keep hearing people talk about Sand Bass on Lake worth, but can never find them... Not eating them, just want something for the babies to catch to keep them interested. Any help would be appreciated.


Typically, if you put in at the 820 ramp, take a right. In front of the docks, when the water gets over ten foot deep, all the way down to the end of that point, right before the turn to 199. At night in the warmer months, there is a one of those docks that has green lights underwater. They swarm that one dock. There are also some humps in the middle that hold them. But, if the water temp there is anything like the Brazos is, they'll all probably be running back up the inlet to the nature center to spawn. It's on like Donkey Kong, on the Brazos.

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Thanks for the info... I have never been out to the Brazos.. but I want to target sandies more this year so I can get decent at finding them for my daughters.. hard to keep them interested with bass... as the bites aren't as frequent.

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Originally Posted by Dropshottin
Thanks for the info... I have never been out to the Brazos.. but I want to target sandies more this year so I can get decent at finding them for my daughters.. hard to keep them interested with bass... as the bites aren't as frequent.



We literally had a pole go down, every time we got one of the other lines back in the water today, on the Brazos. Several times we doubled up. Had a blast.

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Re: Sandies on Lake Worth [Re: z289sec] #13914667 03/08/21 04:10 AM
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I keep hearing people talk about Sand Bass on Lake worth, but can never find them... Not eating them, just want something for the babies to catch to keep them interested. Any help would be appreciated.


Typically, if you put in at the 820 ramp, take a right. In front of the docks, when the water gets over ten foot deep, all the way down to the end of that point, right before the turn to 199. At night in the warmer months, there is a one of those docks that has green lights underwater. They swarm that one dock. There are also some humps in the middle that hold them. But, if the water temp there is anything like the Brazos is, they'll all probably be running back up the inlet to the nature center to spawn. It's on like Donkey Kong, on the Brazos.



What part of the brazos are you fishing? Is it bank fishing like most creeks or are you getting them from a boat?


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Originally Posted by Dropshottin
I keep hearing people talk about Sand Bass on Lake worth, but can never find them... Not eating them, just want something for the babies to catch to keep them interested. Any help would be appreciated.


Typically, if you put in at the 820 ramp, take a right. In front of the docks, when the water gets over ten foot deep, all the way down to the end of that point, right before the turn to 199. At night in the warmer months, there is a one of those docks that has green lights underwater. They swarm that one dock. There are also some humps in the middle that hold them. But, if the water temp there is anything like the Brazos is, they'll all probably be running back up the inlet to the nature center to spawn. It's on like Donkey Kong, on the Brazos.



What part of the brazos are you fishing? Is it bank fishing like most creeks or are you getting them from a boat?



Today, we were in a boat between Tin Top ramp, and the first bend towards Granbury 10-12 foot is where the fish were.

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