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Lake Bob Sandlin Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 14)

FAIR. Water stained; 55 degrees; 0.40 feet above pool. Crappie are slow in 40-50 feet of water on minnows or jigs. Catfish are fair in 15-20 feet of water on baited holes with cheese bait. Sand bass are good under the Texas State Highway 21 Bridge with slabs or minnows. Report by Marty Thomas, Lake O the Pines Crappie Fishing. Bass are good fishing slowly with Rayburn red lipless crankbaits, or any shade of green chatterbaits as fish start to move towards the mouths of coves to stage for the spawn. Deeper fish can still be caught with jigging spoons, dropshots, jigging spoons, Alabama rigs, or red rattletraps. Fish are starting to stage for the spawn. Report by Mike Stroman, R & R Marine. Black bass will be active in the backs of creeks and coves, shad pattern streamers in white are a good bet. Crappie will start their move towards the banks soon, try wooly buggers and small fish patterns fished slow. Try streamers around retaining walls on warm sunny days. Report by Guide Alex Guthrie, Fly Fish Fork Guide Service.


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Lake Bob Sandlin Weather Forecast

Tuesday

Sunny

Hi: 74

Tuesday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 53

Wednesday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 74

Wednesday Night

Breezy

Lo: 59

Thursday

Partly Sunny

Hi: 76

Thursday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 48

Friday

Mostly Sunny

Hi: 69

Friday Night

Mostly Clear

Lo: 45


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Water Level on 2/20: 337.84 (+0.34)



Lake Bob Sandlin

Fishing Report from TPWD (Feb. 14)

FAIR. Water stained; 55 degrees; 0.40 feet above pool. Crappie are slow in 40-50 feet of water on minnows or jigs. Catfish are fair in 15-20 feet of water on baited holes with cheese bait. Sand bass are good under the Texas State Highway 21 Bridge with slabs or minnows. Report by Marty Thomas, Lake O the Pines Crappie Fishing. Bass are good fishing slowly with Rayburn red lipless crankbaits, or any shade of green chatterbaits as fish start to move towards the mouths of coves to stage for the spawn. Deeper fish can still be caught with jigging spoons, dropshots, jigging spoons, Alabama rigs, or red rattletraps. Fish are starting to stage for the spawn. Report by Mike Stroman, R & R Marine. Black bass will be active in the backs of creeks and coves, shad pattern streamers in white are a good bet. Crappie will start their move towards the banks soon, try wooly buggers and small fish patterns fished slow. Try streamers around retaining walls on warm sunny days. Report by Guide Alex Guthrie, Fly Fish Fork Guide Service.

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