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Bob Sandlin #14036344 06/18/21 05:30 PM
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Hello,
Anyone been on Bob Sandlin lately fishing for bass? I've been struggling during the day out there and just looking for anyone that would be willing to share a successful pattern and any particular part of the lake fishing better than others. Just general information is appreciated.
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CAST couples tourny had 2 over 9 and a 10.95lb big fish on Sunday!

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Points on the main lake and secondary points off the main lake in the creeks. Not sure if there is any grass, but if there is a swim jig in and around either submerged grass, bank grass or hay grass. Also a frog.

Deep, I would find bait off main lake points, I have always done the best with the wind blowing in or across them. Throw a c-rig, fb jig and a deeper cb.

Those things usually work for me at Sandlin.

between the RR and 21 bridge is usually the area I fish


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Marc,
Were these fish caught in deep water. Any pattern info?


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Thank you Douglas J


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Shallow!

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Thanks Marc. Sure unusual they are still shallow this time of year with this heat. I guess that's why I've been struggling. I've been fishing deeper water due to the heat so makes sense I have not found many out deep. Appreciate the info.


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