water in my beer wrote:
I see your in college station, there are some good white bass areas close by. Yegua Creek is great during the run as long as the water levels are up. Plus Lake Stubblefield is pretty decent. On both bodies of water I have had alot of success with small white spinner baits, small jigs, small crank baits, rattle traps, and rooster tails. Pretty much the key word is small. I also just use a standard 4 to 8 lb monofilament. Typically, green or clear line. Hope you tear em up and keep us updated on how your trips are going so we know how to guage the runs.
Hei, thanks for the quick response.
Yes I do live in College Station but I haven't been anywhere around here for the white bass run. The only time I went for the white bass run was while living up in DFW, in Rowlett. Rowlett creek was pretty good with live minnows.
I have being trying to find the best place to go.
1. You mentioned Yegua Creek and I assume it is somewhere around Lake Somerville, but I am not able to find on google maps. I see no yegua creek going into Somerville or coming out on the map. Google is very bad with naming the rivers. So how can I reach Yegua Creek? (I know where the Yegua park on Somerville is and have been there)
2. also was not able to find Lake Stubblefield anywhere close to College Station.
thank you a lot for your help.