Here are some of my Road Bed Side Imaging Pictures off my 898 Si Combo. Finding and targeting fish on the road beds is simple if you have Side Imaging. Do not go directly over the road bed if its in 10 ft of water or you will spook them. If … Continue reading
(All pictures from Lake Lavon ) Lots of lakes are pumping out 1000′s of White Bass aka Sand Bass on a daily basis. Every morning and every evening, you can expect the White Bass to surface and feed on the massive bait balls of shad. Catching 100-200 per person in 4 … Continue reading
Fishing from March till October on Lavon for Sand Bass/ White Bass and Crappie are the best times to hit these tasty fish. Now when I say I’m fishing the humps, I’m fishing at the bases of the humps. Like all around the bottom of the humps. Sometimes I’ll be … Continue reading
Got bored of catching them on rod and reel.
White Bass/ Sand Bass: Are freshwater fish that are migratory in nature, like Salmon. They spend most of their lives in the open-water portions of lakes and reservoirs or river pools. But when water temperatures rise above 55-60 degrees F, its usually the peak time to catch them. Between February … Continue reading
Its that time of year again. The White Bass are starting their migratory run up the creeks to spawn. Here is a video on how to intercept them and fill your freezer.
White Rock Lake sits in the middle of Dallas and has some great fishing. Crappie, Black Bass, Carp, White Bass, Flathead/Channel/ Blue Catfish, and sunfish are all in abundance.
Catching shad in the winter can be really tough. Shad are deep and the cast nets seem to close up by the time they hit the bottom. Well, not all the shad go deep. Some shad go up the creeks and rivers, too. The creeks and rivers are shallower than the … Continue reading
Lake Lavon White Bass Fishing= is fantastic if you fish for them the correct way. In the video below, that I shot just yesterday, will show you how I am catching limits everyday. You can actually get bored of catching them. Roadbed with rocks on side for visual help … Continue reading