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lewisville lake sandies and hybrids reports? #14106529 08/24/21 04:40 PM
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hey all! planning to head out to Lewisville this weekend on the yak... any recent reports/patterns they are following? where are some of the more popular places for sandies and how should I be catching them? thanks in advance!

Re: lewisville lake sandies and hybrids reports? [Re: danial S] #14107330 08/25/21 03:15 AM
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Hey Danial,

Ideally live shad have been working best for me, but we've caught some on slabs as well. 1 ounce chartreuse or glitter slabs from RSR lures. I've spoke to several people who have been catching them on the Mepps or MAL lure. There has been some fish feeding on the surface too. Sometimes the birds will show those fish and sometimes there's not a bird in sight. 15-30 foot of water has been the best. Most fish are still relating to some sort of structure, whether it be a big flat, point, or hump. I'm not sure where you'll be launching from, but hopefully you have some sort of electronics to help you get on these structures. Lake Park, Twin Trees, Solo Polo, Vaughn's Hump, both cuts. Good luck!

Wes Campbell

Re: lewisville lake sandies and hybrids reports? [Re: BendaRod(WC)] #14107656 08/25/21 03:13 PM
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Wes hit the nail on the head. Just depends on where you are launching from and what is the closest to you.


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Re: lewisville lake sandies and hybrids reports? [Re: danial S] #14111599 08/28/21 06:30 PM
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I am wanting to put my grandson on some sandies. Fishing kayaks out of Hickory Creek Park. I figure most of the topwater action would be out on the main lake which is out of reach. Normally, I would head under the bridge to fish for crappie, but I want to get this boy, “hooked” on fishing and schooling sandies are the best way IMO. Being these are pedal yaks, I can cover a decent amount of water but don’t want to tire him out too much.

I know how to fish for sandies, been doing it for years on Lewisville. Just not under these circumstances.

I have Livescope and standard 2d, down, side imaging to locate with.


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