Fishing Report April 16th, 2014

Written by Scott on April 16th, 2014

Water Level – 659.9  (about 1 ft. above normal)

Water Temp – 52 to 56

Water is Clear to Stained

Crappie – Excellent right now!  The females have started moving to the banks of the coves to spawn.  Should be able to pick up some nice ones throwing a grub or swimming minnow.  Very good on live minnows as well.

Black Bass – Good on Spinner Baits, small Jigs and A Rigs.  Females should start nesting soon.  Try pitching a Baby Brush Hog or 6″ Lizard down the rock banks soon.  Keep a Wiggle Wart handy as well.

White Bass – Excellent!  Best numbers have still been up the lake toward the Beaver Creek area.  Starting to hit some large females around the K Dock area.  This will only improve with warmer temps!

Walleye – Good to Fair.  Still a little slow on the big walleye while trolling.  Had one 6 lb come in last weekend off the flats just down from the dock.  A #7 Flicker Shad has been working good.

Fishing Report March 28th, 2014

Written by Scott on March 28th, 2014

Water Level 658.9

Water Temp 48 to 52 degrees

Water is Clear to Stained

Crappie – Good to Fair on live minnows around brush piles and stumps.  Still fairly deep around 10 to 15 ft.  Some being caught in 5 to 10 range when water temp is warmer.  Also good on “smoke and glitter” swimming minnows and white sliders.

Black Bass – Good on craw colored crank baits, spinner baits and A Rigs.  Work rock points with a wiggle wart or red craw Bomber.

White Bass – Very Good up lake from K Dock around Beaver Creek.  Whites should be moving onto the flats around us very soon.  Throw a lipless crank bait, white Rooster Tail or a 3 wire A Rig with swimming minnows.

Walleye – Fair on Jerk baits, green jigs and silver spoons on the sand/gravel drops.  Need the water to warm up some more for better results for those who want to troll.