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Sand bass spawning run near Lake Fork #1800424 12/12/07 04:30 PM
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I am new to East Texas so I am looking for a place to fish next spring for spawning sandies in Wood County near Lake Fork (or near by).
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Re: Sand bass spawning run near Lake Fork [Re: jdfish] #1801461 12/12/07 08:24 PM
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jd, I don't "think" that Fork has whites but I'm not sure. I'm sure there's other lakes around that do.

Re: Sand bass spawning run near Lake Fork [Re: BAMAboy] #1802432 12/12/07 10:29 PM
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you can drop south to the Neches on 31 near chandler
or east to Tawakoni tail race.just past the entrance to Holiday marina

Re: Sand bass spawning run near Lake Fork [Re: Eric] #1804533 12/13/07 03:30 PM
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If you want the best run in east texas, go out to the Sabine River just above Toledo Bend. It's a bit of a haul out there, but the fishing is unmatched, compared to every run I've fished locally. Huge sandies, in unlimited quantities.

We put in, or stay at River Ridge. They have a website, google it, and it'll pop up. The first time down there, it took me about two hours to find a good spot, and about 1.5 hours to limit three people in the boat. Since then, it's never taken over 2 hours to limit, if we didn't want it too. Of course that's when they're running hard.

Jane owns the place, and runs a guide service too. She's already getting into the sandies pretty good. I'd be making my yearly reservations, but we've got a baby arriving in Feb, so I'll be limited to day trips this year.


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Re: Sand bass spawning run near Lake Fork [Re: psycho0819] #1804812 12/13/07 04:55 PM
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dito on the sabine, or better yet hit kickapoo creek on palestine laugh

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