Brush Piles, Grass, Timber, and Weeds

Fishing Status has 4143 Brush Piles, Grass Beds, Lily Pads, Timber/Trees, and Weed Beds in the database. Providing cover and shelter to many different species of fish, vegetation of all types are fish magnets that many call home.

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By Seamus on 2/18/2016 • Views (217)

By Seamus on 8/28/2018 • Views (216)

By capt.Rob.B on 4/3/2015 • Views (215)
tailing red fish low incoming tide shin deep In grass lines

By Seamus on 4/22/2011 • Views (214)
Crab, Whiting, Snook, Shark, Garfish. Water depth 10 - 11m. Broken sand and weed bottom.

By xfernal on 12/3/2015 • Views (214)
This is a good place to fish for Largemouth Bass. You will find lots of timber and brush along the banks to work.

By Seamus on 6/13/2019 • Views (214)

By Seamus on 7/11/2018 • Views (213)

By xfernal on 3/4/2015 • Views (213)
Nice grass beds and boat docks to work

By xfernal on 3/4/2015 • Views (213)
Good brush and grass to work down this bank with ledges and drop offs into the channel.

By xfernal on 3/3/2015 • Views (211)
Lots of grass that holds bass in this area.

By xfernal on 2/23/2017 • Views (211)
Good ledge with timber in the water that hoolds bass and crappie.

By xfernal on 2/27/2015 • Views (210)
Nice bank through here with grass to work and some timbers on the end.

By Seamus on 5/30/2016 • Views (210)

By Seamus on 4/22/2011 • Views (209)
Sand/Weed and Rock. Whiting

By Seamus on 5/6/2011 • Views (209)
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By xfernal on 3/3/2015 • Views (210)
A cut here close to deep water holds largemouth bass.

By xfernal on 9/7/2015 • Views (208)
There is submerged timber around the bank of this hole. There is a rocky ledge around the hole. Work the wall and timber for bass.

By Seamus on 4/22/2011 • Views (236)
Braemar Bay Brown and Rainbow Trout. Water depth 4 - 10m, muddy bottom. Submerged rocks and trees.Region: Victoria

By Seamus on 4/26/2013 • Views (212)
Spanish Treasure Fleet Shipwrecks, 1733    One of the fleet of 22 ships carrying silver pesos from Cuba in 1733. They all went down in a hurricane. All that’s left is a pile of ballast stones in the turtle grass. This wreck is often called Figurine Wreck since it has produced hundreds of animal figurines.

By xfernal on 3/3/2015 • Views (206)
There is grass and structure off this boat bock

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