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I'd try around that feeder creek on the north side and along the bank on either side.

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4 hours ago, Jonny15678 said:

I was looking for some help with figuring out where the bass might be staging and where pre spawn would most likely be. I'm refering to the Mays lake body of water not trinity.  I'm located in the Midwest in Illinois.

fishing-guide-2018-mayslake-trinity-lake.pdf

Find the areas in the lake with hard, sandy bottom that are around 4' or shallower.  Those are the areas fish will likely spawn in.  Work your way out from there to cover on the deeper breaklines.  That's where you'll find your pre-spawn fish.  Just remember, if the bottom in the shallow water isn't conducive to spawning, you're not likely to find pre-spawn fish there.  They follow contours and breaklines like underwater highways but they will generally go to the same spots to spawn year after year.

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