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Lake Arlington

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Species

Largemouth Bass3

Season

Spring (Current)
3
6 Fishing Reports
75 Followers

Lake Arlington Overview

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Top Techniques Reported for Largemouth Bass + Spring

Shallow Diving Crankbaits (0-6')Soft JerkbaitsWacky Rigs
  1. Shallow Diving Crankbaits (0-6')
    1
  2. Soft Jerkbaits
    1
  3. Wacky Rigs
    1
Total Fishing Reports
6
Top Species Reported for Spring
  1. Largemouth Bass3 Reports

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Lake Arlington Fishing Reports

6 Reports on Lake Arlington

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  • Kicker2Fisher

    Silver Ambassador

    1/14/23

    • Species

      Largemouth Bass

    • Season

      Spring (Pre-Spawn)

    • Technique

      Crankbaits 0-6'

    • Structure

      Rip Rap

    • Forage

      Shad

    • Water Temperature

      47°

    One of the easiest ways to catch fish on Lake Arlington in the late winter or early spawn is by cranking rock piles and rip raps with shallow crankbaits right along the rocks. As the sun heats up the rocks throughout the day, these fish will feed and hunt cruising up and down these long stretches of rock walls and rip rap along docks and main lake points. Run an OG tiny or Strike King square bill in a shad color along these rocks as the day progresses and you are almost guaranteed to smash 'em.
  • Beaux Hunter

    Silver Ambassador

    1/9/23

    • Species

      Largemouth Bass

    • Season

      Winter

    • Technique

      Crankbaits 13'+

    • Structure

      Brush Piles

    • Forage

      Shad

    • Water Temperature

      55°

  • Todd Starr

    Bronze Ambassador

    4/30/23

    • Species

      Largemouth Bass

    • Season

      Spring (Post-Spawn)

    • Technique

      Soft Jerkbaits

    • Structure

      Matted Grass

    • Water Temperature

      65°

    Overcast with windy conditions helped create the bite when pulling the fluke through the grass in 2-5 feet of water. Green pumpkin with red flake should work well also.

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