Report score 93.5
Submitted by Eric Wolfe
Date, time and length of trip 6:30 AM 07/20/2019 for 8.0 hours
Channel marker T4 - T8
GPS location ,
Type caught Black Bass
Average length 18.0 inches
Average weight 3.0 lbs.
Number of fish caught 23
Bait type Artificial
Bait color Shad
Fishing action Stop and Drop
Water temperature and depth 86.0° / 20.0 ft.
Comments or other details A steady diet of Texas rigged MAG Worms in less than 12ft of water has been working for this summer pattern. Remember the thermocline keeps the fish at, or above, this 12ft mark. So, don't throw your bottom crawling baits in deeper water. When the worm bite is slow, pick-up the pace. Chunk a hopping underspin lure and keep it up high in the water column. Last but certainly not least... when there is a breeze that produces a slight chop on the water's surface, a 110 sized Whopper Plopper can produce some violent blow-ups. It just might be the most exciting way to fish! Folks, please put on your SPF 30+. Skin Cancer ain't no fun, but fishing in the summer can be a blast if you find the right location. Come Attack The Nac! NacoTack Fishing Services