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Eagle Mountain #14498259 10/07/22 12:06 PM
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I am an avid bass fisherman, however went on a guided trip to Eagle Mountain catfishing and got hooked literally. So this time of year on EML are the cats more towards the north end of the lake and mouth of river or main lake? Also is it better to be using Punch bait or cut bait?

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They haven't really started to move yet. We were catching them on the humps in 25-30' of water on punch bait 2 weeks ago.


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Re: Eagle Mountain [Re: bowhuntb] #14559576 12/09/22 04:12 AM
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Are you looking for eaters or big fish? As the water temps drop, into the low 50's pretty much anywhere from Twin points ramp, all the way over to the other side of the dam, and from the dam, to where it begins to get shallow towards Pelican Island will hold the bigger fish in 20 plus foot of water. For eater size, just about any time of year I like the point by the TRWD boat house, out in 20-25 foot of water. Don't really know what there is about that spot, but never fail to catch a bunch of fish in the 3-7 lb range there.

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