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San Angelo Lakes #13915267 03/08/21 07:54 PM
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I have to go to "Snangelo" in 2 weeks. Thinking about taking the boat with me and doing some fishing.
I think Nasworthy might be the best option to catch some fish.

Any West Texans on here that know the waters out that way?


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Re: San Angelo Lakes [Re: Holzer] #13919982 03/12/21 01:01 PM
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I would say Twin Buttes is a better option for fishing but I haven’t been fishing out there in a few years.

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Spring Creek Marina is a great place to camp on Nasworthy but I never caught anything worth mentioning on that lake. If you like largemouth you will be about 60 miles from O.H. Ivie where some guys have been catching big ones.

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Originally Posted by Bucketlist
Spring Creek Marina is a great place to camp on Nasworthy but I never caught anything worth mentioning on that lake. If you like largemouth you will be about 60 miles from O.H. Ivie where some guys have been catching big ones.


I was thinking of going after whites and/or catfish. Probably depending on the wind that day will determine what I go after and how.
From what I see so far, Nasworthy is only 15ft or so deep. So I'm banking on some long line drifting or fishing a drop off/edge. Probably just depends on the wind that day.


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Originally Posted by wearnshaw
I would say Twin Buttes is a better option for fishing but I haven’t been fishing out there in a few years.


Yup, Twin Buttes is your best Bet!


Went out 2 weeks ago, water was still in high 40's and low 50's. Been plenty warm out, fishing should be on Fire by Now.. Just haven't gone out cause of work


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Re: San Angelo Lakes [Re: Holzer] #13927722 03/18/21 06:04 PM
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Well, might have to go to Buttes.
Thanks for the feedback


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