It's all about practice. Need to spend the day and find out what part of the lake they are in. If the water temp are still -55° start at the main lake points ...more unless the water is too muddy. If its too muddy go search for clearer water. When it warms up start moving up the creeks/bayous and towards the spawning flats hitting as much structure & points as you can on the way. Just follow the migration of bass. And if you find them in practice think about where they be moving next
To me its a good lake to fish during spawn because of how shallow the lake is and how huge the spawning flats are. It doesn't take much to muddy the waters on ...more Lake Houston. Usually Luces Bayou is popular area of the lake and seems to have cleaner water most of the time. But that may have changed since the hurricane. The West Fork actually had cleaner water during this tournament and Luces had Zero visibility due to the rain that week.