Charlie Taylor’s Fishing Report – June 25, 2020

Water level is at 310 and gradually falling. Striper fishing has been good. Nutbush Creek from Buoy A-C and the main river channel between Buoy 2 and 7, have been producing nice catches, trolling white or yellow bucktails or Cordell Redfins. Live shad and jigging...

Charlie Taylor’s Fishing Report – June 18, 2020

With the lake level at 307.88 and falling Bass are found on main lake points. Best pattern appears to be fishing Carolina-rigged plastic baits on main lake and secondary points and flipping plastic baits in submerged bushes. Topwater baits are taking some fish early...

Charlie Taylor’s Fishing Report – June 11, 2020

The lake is at 305 and falling. Bass action is fair, with most of the fish being caught on Carolina rigged Zoom lizards and worms in darker colors. Some good fish are being taken from the flooded buckbrush on plastic baits dropped into the middle of the brush. Fish...

Charlie Taylor’s Fishing Report – June 4, 2020

Water level is currently at 311 and stable, but expected to rise significantly this coming week. Bass are located in the bushes, treetops and on dropoffs adjacent to the bushes and are feeding heavily. Best methods are top waters on rocky points, early and late in the...

Charlie Taylor’s Fishing Report – May 28, 2020

Water level is at 315 and stabilizing. Bass are found in the buck brush. Others are found on standing flooded gum trees. Bass are also being caught on Carolina rigged lizards and worms in pumpkin pepper or green pumpkin colors, fished on points in 15-25 feet of water...