What would you recommend to anglers fishing in Belton, Texas for the first time?

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Jason Chenoweth
Bartlett, TX
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Went fishing with T.C. Fishing Guide Service on August 28, 2022
Go out on a guided tour with TC Fishing Guide Service. He is a wonderful teacher how to fish, where, and why. We went to at least 10 different spots. The drive between spots was the longest time we weren't catching fish. Our average was at least one fish caught every two minutes. Learning how to fish the jig and where to fish it is huge. And, seeing top water action and getting there in time is as much luck as skill. There is no substitute for the knowledge that TC brings to the table. That would get anyone off to a solid running start on their Belton Lake fishing future adventures.

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Timothy Bettinger
Temple, TX
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Went fishing with Hook Set Guide Service on March 25, 2021
Even if you own your own boat, it may benefit you to use the services of a Veteran guide who knows the lake to put you on fish.

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Janet Plein
United States
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Went fishing with T.C. Fishing Guide Service on March 14, 2021
This was our first time slabbing! The 3 of us limited out on white bass after 4 hours. Follow the diving Terns!

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Gregory Jaffers
United States
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Went fishing with T.C. Fishing Guide Service on November 23, 2020
Use Tommy Cochran. Has been fishing lake Belton for decades and knows the lake. Dress warmly. Was very patient with my teenage boys.

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Raymund Eich
Houston, Texas
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Went fishing with T.C. Fishing Guide Service on September 2, 2020
The white bass were very active between 7 and 8:30 am. We caught 48 in that time frame. We had good luck off Temple Lake Park. We went on a cloudy morning after two days of rain.

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Lee Van Cleave
San Antonio, TX
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Went fishing with T.C. Fishing Guide Service on May 19, 2019
Look for fish with depth finder schooling near the bottom in 23-35 feet of water