Here are my open dates for THIS WEEK: Feb 25, 26, 27, 28. The pre-spawn bite is on – give me a call and lets fish!
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Water Temp – 49 degrees
Water Level – 5.0 feet Over full pool
Wow! The lake conditions have changed dramatically over the past week. Currently the lake stands at 5.0 feet over full pool, and surface temperature sits around 49 degrees. The backs of the live creeks are heavily stained to muddy all over the lake and the rivers are muddy and blown out. Please be careful of floating debris when navigating the lake for the next few days. The US Army Corp of Engineers has begun 24 hour water release as of 8:55 AM on Sunday, Feb 24. The lake has already came down .1 feet – we are headed in the right direction folks!
A worm has been our best bet for catching fishing this week. We have been working this bait on rocky points at the mouths of pockets and creeks. Also, a shallow to medium diver like the Castaway 1.5 Shad crank has been good when the wind is blowing. Work the crank baits on shallow rock points and clay banks, both in creeks and on the main lake. Some days the wood in these areas is holding fish as well, so make sure to make some casts to the now many pieces of flooded cover. The forecast for next week looks much warmer and drier, I hope you will make plans to come join me for what is sure to be an awesome pre-spawn bite!
Here are my open dates for THIS WEEK: Feb 25, 26, 27, 28. March: 4, 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, 15, 18(PM), 19(PM), 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29. The pre-spawn bite is on – give me a call and lets fish!