Fishing Report – June 9, 2022

Waters throughout the state are lightly stained to muddy due to the large amount of rain received over the past week or so. That being said, boaters need to be aware of floating debris in the waterways. Be especially careful when seeing a short vertical piece of wood...

Fishing Report – May 26, 2022

Bass fishing is picking up, with best fishing on the points and in the buck brush, using plastic worms. Bass are burrowed deep in the bushes. Topwater baits or rapidly retrieved spinnerbaits are best early and late in the day. After the sun rises, pitch or cast grubs...

Fishing Report – May 19, 2022

Water level is around 303 and stable. Bass are still feeding. Spinnerbaits in the coves, with particular attention to points, are a good choice. Creature baits, dropped into the middle of buckbrush, will also take the finicky fish. Jerk baits, fished parallel to buck...

Fishing Report – May 12, 2022

With the frequency of cold fronts and rain over the past couple of weeks, fishing has been on and off. When the rains let up, the fish start biting. When the rains resume, they turn off again. When the rain runs it’s course, fishing will once again take off and...

Fishing Report – April 7, 2022

Striper and white bass fishing is good below Kerr Dam. Bucktails and live shad are the best bait. With the current lake level, fishing has slowed in some spots. Bass fishing is generally slow, and requires patience. Currently, the larger fish are generally on the...

Fishing Report – March 31, 2022

With the predicted rains, fishing success will depend on patience. Target mud lines where muddy creek water enters the main lake or river. Chartreuse or red/orange rattling baits and Chatterbaits, as well as large gold bladed spinnerbaits should take most of the bass....