I roam all over from the Hobson pike bridge to the dam. There are several community holes and they hold fish on occasion. I take a cork and fluke and cover water til I find them. last year one of my best spots was a couple hundred yards dead out in front of the Seven Points recreation area boat ramp, in the middle of the lake. Can't remember the exact depth, 20 to 30 feet, but pull up there at about 2 am and they would murder topwater. Caught them on cork and fluke the best, but also on a Livingston lure pro sizzle jr and a redfin. The last couple years they have been moving around a lot. They will be on one spot a day or 2 and then show up on the other side of the lake a couple days later. I spend lots of time searching for them, but when I find them it is almost always good.
Most important, other than when hit my lure, I rarely see them bust on top.
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