Lake Bob Sandlin Guide Service with Kyle Parham





My name is Kyle Parham and I have been fishing Bob Sandlin since the lake was impounded in 1977. My goal is to provide you and your party a fun day on the lake catching fish.

The primary species of fish I specialize in is White Bass which is a great fish for families and beginning fishermen who want to catch good quantities of fish and that are also excellent for a fish fry.

We will be fishing a 21 foot 2015 Mako Light Tackle Skiff with modern electronics. I will advise you of the bite and weather 24-48 hours before your scheduled trip so that we have a great time and maximize our opportunity to catch fish. I will not take you and your party on an expensive boat ride.

Trips are 5 hours long, we can arrange for longer trips at the time of booking if you would like. I can accommodate families with children up to experienced fishermen. Fishing tackle, bait and bottled water are included in the price of the trip. I will also filet and bag your fish at the end of the trip. You may also bring your own tackle if you desire.
Items you may want to bring include sunscreen, hats, sunglasses, snacks, beverages of your choice and an ice chest to transport your fillets home.

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Lake Bob Sandlin Weather Forecast

Thursday

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Hi: 83

Thursday Night

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Friday

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Saturday

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Sunday

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Water Level on 4/18: 337.87 (+0.37)



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Fishing Report from TPWD (Apr. 17)

GOOD. Water stained; 63 degrees; 0.36 feet above pool. Crappie are good in 15-20 feet of water on brush piles on minnows or jigs. Catfish are good shallow on cut bait or worms. Sand bass are good at Blow Hole using chrome rattle traps. Report by Marty Thomas, Lake O the Pines Crappie Fishing. Bass are transitioning to the first breakline in 6-8 feet of water hitting Texas rig worms, crankbaits, chatterbaits, spinnerbaits. Report by Mike Stroman, R & R Marine. Look for black bass in feeding areas, boat docks, brush and grass. The topwater bite will be improving as the weather stabilizes, small poppers should be excellent. Look for crappie around brush and retaining walls shallow, small wooly buggers are excellent. Watch for the bream to start moving shallow. Report by Guide Alex Guthrie, Fly Fish Fork Guide Service.

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