Fishing Rating: 2      Water Temperature: 47
Slow rolling a white spinnerbait my brother caught a nice 4 lb 3 oz largemouth on 12/5 in 25 feet of water on main lake point.
Fishing Rating: 1      Water Temperature: 71
sep 23 fishing for bass some are up on spinnerbaits some are deep the fishing is not good on sunny day and fish are moving up for fall
Fishing Rating: 4      Water Temperature: 0
Went out Monday with a couple buddies and I managed to hook my first largemouth by
merriams hump it was 18.5 inches and about 4lbs on a Texas rig white bellied green worm
my buddy caught a 13inch largemouth early in the morning I took mine around 11am and
also managed to have a toothy critter takes one of my rigs first thing in the morning
Fishing Rating: 3      Water Temperature: 72
29Jun13 - Top water bite was quick to come this morning. Only lasted until 10am. Overall good
day. Popper in yellow perch color was the lure of choice today.
Fishing Rating: 2      Water Temperature: 0
Fished from 5:30-9:00am throwing spinnerbait red with Black glitter skirt 1/4 and a 7\" bass
stick soft bait. landed two 21/2-31/2 lbs ..... A lot of fish still sittin shallow but their just lookin
Fishing Rating: 2      Water Temperature: 75
fished 5-9-2013 from 1600-1900
put 7 fish n the boat 5 dinks 2 over 2# on the NE side of the lake.
crankbaits and weightless senko style baits were used.
Found plenty of large bedde bass n the coves.
Fishing Rating: 1      Water Temperature: 61
fished Monday 4-22-13 from 400 till 700
A little slow put 5 in the boat one 4lb bass the rest were dinks.
All strikes were close to shore on black and blue jigs
Fishing Rating: 5      Water Temperature: 43
Big bass are suspended right now looking for shad. With the water still in the 40\'s it\'s perfect
time for baits that are stop and go, that stay in the strike zone. A lot of bass are being caught,
many in the 3 to 6 pound range.
Fishing Rating: 1      Water Temperature: 0
DNR is stocking about 1000 trout next weekend!
Was there last weekend in a boat (you need to be a greenbelt resident)
Day started out slow because we docked from a really weedy spot, took forever to get out.
Tried some grub jigs to little avail, some little hits but nothing.
Switched to a tube lure, forgot to apply a weight to it and couldn\'t cast at all.
Left it in the water while i went to get some weights out of the tackle, and BAM. A huge crappie slammed the line. After catching 3 like that, my dad switched to a tube also. We weren\'t even using weights! Just drop them down, and they\'d come up to the boat sometimes to get them.
Right after, i caught another huge slab and while my dad inspected it, he got a huge one on his line himself!
If we stayed all day, we probably could\'ve caught enough to feed us for a week! Don\'t worry though, we threw them all back so they\'re still prime for catching.
This was just a practice run for when we stock up on the trout next weekend. But these are HUGE crappie, i don\'t think they\'re accessible from the shore without monster casting though. (they were also just beyond a huge slab of algie)
I suggest a bubble float on light line.
Fishing Rating: 4      Water Temperature: 71
The weeds have improved the bass numbers. lot\'s of 13\" size bass. Great for kids to learn how to bass fish. Teach them ethics & morals of catch & release.