Report score 93.5
Submitted by Eric Wolfe
Date, time and length of trip 6:30 AM 09/06/2020 for 3.0 hours
Channel marker T24
GPS location ,
Type caught Black Bass
Average length 17.0 inches
Average weight 3.0 lbs.
Number of fish caught 5
Bait type Artificial
Bait color Junebug
Fishing action Slow
Water temperature and depth 80.0° / 10.0 ft.
Comments or other details After Hurricane Laura skirted us, without any issues and very little rain, the following week brought tons of rain! The lake is back at full pool+. With that much influx of new water, the fish have scattered around a bit. However, we're still catching our share of decent fish. We still find schools suspended at 10ft over 22ft of water as well as some good catches near the shallows in the 8-10ft depth. Tx-rig worms are still getting bit. (Junebug or Blueberry colors are working well). *NOTE* The water temperature has dropped from 89 degrees to 80 degrees. Hopefully it will continue to drop so the lake will turn over in the coming weeks. This will trigger the AWESOME fall bite. Come Attack the Nac! NacoTack Fishing Services