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What am I looking for #13990646 05/09/21 04:54 AM
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Hey guys, have been bouncing back and forth between Ray Roberts and Lavon trying to catch some bream but with no luck. Any tips on the type terrain, structure, etc I should be looking for?

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Right now a lot of the Bluegill are spawning. Look for nest. I am catching bluegill on nest in 8 to 12 feet of water. After the spawn and during the summer you can find em in grass beds, by docks, brush piles, and overhanging tree limbs. thumb


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Re: What am I looking for [Re: Jessebeaux95] #13990922 05/09/21 03:37 PM
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Based on some of the post I have seen over the past weeks, I think that the February freeze set the patterns back a few weeks. Just a guess.

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I am still seeing Bluegill on beds here in south central Texas. Usually the first spawn is over by now. After the spawn I find sunfish in grass beds usually in water 10 to 15 feet deep. Shaded areas with overhanging tree limbs, docks, and brush piles are great late spring and summertime places to find fish. Reed areas in the morning are also good places to try in late spring, summer, and fall. During spawning times the sunnies go back to their bedding areas. Usually in water from 4 to 10 feet deep depending on the water body, Hard bottoms are usually the nesting areas. Also grass beds are good nesting spots as well. coolio

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