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Lake Lavon has so many bait fish and so many sand bass chasing them.  We started at hybrid point this morning.  Surprisingly we didn't get bit there.  Headed to the RR bridge and found some schooling activity but they were on and off quickly.  Only caught a couple there.  The wind began to pick up slightly and that triggered the action.  We basically drifted from the railroad bridge to the Lavonia North Ramp.  Along the way the birds moved in right on top of us and a huge school of sandies finally pulled the trigger on a huge school of shad and it was game on.  I caught most of mine on a 1/2" white humdinger.  I also go in on some top water action.  We caught them almost every cast for about 2 hours.  Only caught a handful of big ones.  All were returned to the lake.  It was fun. 

We left the sand bass biting and headed back into the Bratonia area for some mid day bass fishing.  We caught a handful of bass (no big ones) on top waters in less than 5' of water.  I was surprised we even got a bite but right off the bat we had several in the boat.  It was fun.

If anyone has kids they want to entertain and put on some fish, or if you need to fill your freezer, Lavon is almost a guarantee.  You just have to go.

2012 Voyager Super Fish w/115 Honda 4 stroke
16' El Dorado Jon Boat w/15hp Yamaha 4 stroke
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