Wednesday, March 29, 2006

Sam Rayburn bass fishing White bass

Sam Rayburn
The lake is about two feet low and fairly clear down south, stained up north and in the backs of creeks due to heavy rains Sunday and Monday.Water temp is in the low 60s.
Fishing guide Ed Snelson said bass fishing has been good on gold Rogues, Carolina rig lizards and red Rat-L-Traps worked at a fast pace over grass in 3-6 feet of water. Sight fishermen are enjoying a decent bite on tubes and lizards worked in 1-4 feet of water. Finding clear water is a must.
Crappie are good on jigs and shiners in about nine feet of water. The fish are holding right on bottom. A few fish also reported on 1/8 ounce Roadrunners worked over scattered hydrilla.
White bass are good on CC spoons fished in 20 feet of water, mostly on humps and long points.

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