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Welcome to FishingNotes.com Lake Tandy fishing report page. Here you will find all the information you need to make the best decisions for today's fishing. Current weather including air temperature, barometric pressure, wind speed and direction are continuously updated throughout the day. Lake Tandy water temperature is one of the vital statistics included on this page. We also include the moon phase as full and new moons are generally better fishing times. Help in choosing what time to hit the water with daily sunrise and sunset times plus moon rise and moon set times. We would love to hear how your fishing trip went, feel free to share your days success on the community report page. Good luck and we hope you catch a full bag today!
State:
Kentucky
Latitude:
36.90834
Maximum Depth (ft) :
County:
Christian
Longitude:
-87.43452
Normal Elevation (ft):
0
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Surface Area (acres):
0
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2014-05-20
Species: General
Fishing Rating: 3
Water Temperature: 68
Perfect day for bluegill fishing however the bite was slow and at times non-existant. Hooked a juvenile yellow bass on a redworm slow retrieve. Bluegill should have been highly aggressive while on spawning beds but the bite was very poor. Redear were slow to bite as well.
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Lake Tandy Largemouth Bass Rating:
4
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Lake Tandy Smallmouth Bass Rating:
4
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Lake Tandy Crappie Rating:
3
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Crappie Tips for Current Conditions (automated):
Spring Fishing Tip Provided by Guide Chatt Martin:Though the redbud bloom always turned out to be a good guideline, we now know that when the water gets to about 55 degrees and the days start getting longer, crappies come in to the bank to spawn (breed). They're very easy to catch during this period, as long as you’ve got some minnows or small jigs and bobbers, a gravel bottom (rocks about the size of a pea are just right), and something sticking up off the bottom like a tree, a dock piling, or a brushpile. If you're not sure, just look for a place where the bank has been trampled down by all the other fishermen! Creeks and rivers that don't have much current are still just as good places to start as they were when I was a kid. If you're fishing a lake or a pond, start on the north shore where the water warms fastest. Remember that crappies always feed upward, so if you're in 3 feet of water, put your jig or minnow about a foot under your bobber.
Lake Tandy Walleye Rating:
5
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Lake Tandy Catfish Rating:
4
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The catfish family comprises of blue catfish, flathead catfish and channel catfish. Since catfish are warm water fish, they aren’t going to be very active in this water temperature. They will still be feeding, but catfish will only be found very deep and feeding very slowly. Your best bet is give some of the more active fish species in your lake a shot until the cats are active again.
Lake Tandy Spotted Bass Rating:
5
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Lake Tandy White Bass Rating:
4
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Lake Tandy Striped Bass Rating:
NAN
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Lake Tandy Trout Rating:
NAN
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Current Lunar Fishing Tip:

The crescent moon will have better gravitational pull than a gibbous or half moon. However the affects of the moons gravitational will be decreased since the sun and moon aren't pulling in conjunction with one another. It's time to pay close attention to the other fishing factors in the weather to make the best decision for hitting the water.

Sunrise:

13:02

Sunset:

22:59

Moon Phase:


% Illuminated
Days to Full