Report score 93.5
Submitted by Eric Wolfe
Date, time and length of trip 7:00 AM 11/14/2020 for 5.0 hours
Channel marker T24
GPS location ,
Type caught Black Bass
Average length 20.0 inches
Average weight 3.0 lbs.
Number of fish caught 8
Bait type Artificial
Bait color Shad
Fishing action Slow
Water temperature and depth 58.0° / 8.0 ft.
Comments or other details I know its cold. But, if you can layer up in the morning and get through the first hour or two, you can shed off some layers, and shred on some fish! In the morning and late evening, find 8-10ft of water near secondary points. If you find the grass line, BONUS! Chunk a Jackall Rerange 110 or Megabass 110 jerk bait. Technique: Fire out. 3-4 reel-downs to get the bait in the +/-5ft area. PAUSE! With slack line rip-jerk the bait using random 1-3-PAUSE-2-2-1-PAUSE-3-PAUSE type jerk patterns. KEY: Watch your line carefully during the PAUSE!! The slightest tick, or line movement, will be the indication to set the hook. With jerk bait fishing, it's worth a little extra money for the better baits. They have MUCH sharper hooks and stay perfectly still during the pause. This is important! If that bite turns off, don't be afraid to find 20ft of water (in a more open area) and throw a deep diving crank bait. The BIG fish can't stand it! They absolutely have to react to this bait. Hang in there... it's going to get colder and colder as the winter sets in. Like deer hunting, if you can get out there in the cold, you'll be rewarded with bigger fish, as they feed up during the winter. Come Attack the Nac! NacoTack Fishing Services