Map of Soil Conservation Service Site 2b Reservoir (near Ovilla)

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Fishing Hot Spots near Soil Conservation Service Site 2b Reservoir

  "There are also a ton of gar in this lake. Early summer they feed in the shallows in the morning...." Lake Clark

  "Caught 4 bass total and broke one off. All on spinners. Biggest was over 5 lbs. watch out for the snakes..." Head Lake

  "I pulled out an alligator gar using a hair jig. We were fishing for sunfish when we came across a jig population of alligator gar under a bridge. We came back with hair..." Muddy Creek

  "Me and my girlfriend fished Echo Lake and have had good luck on sluggos and Senko worms. Slow reeled them in. Caught largemouth bass and even a small mouth on a shad..." Echo Lake

  "Walked around for a hour and no signs of fish..." Shiloh Branch

  "Crappie hitting jigs and live minnows purchased from Trinity River Kayak & Bait shop located at 1601 E. Sandy Lake Rd., Coppell, right on the river. Fishing daily in..." Sandy Lake

  "Bass are good in the lake you just have to find little keys. There are a lot of colors I've got fish but greens have been the best..." Lake Halbert

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