Well that makes me feel better. I saw more movement on the sonar as we were leaving... looked like some fish becoming active around that time frame where before I was seeing bait balls and fish sitting on the bottom not really doing much. I told him I bet if we could have stayed another few hours we'd get some more hits. Darn the luck!Most were caught around 11-130 window, Mike says.
I was there today. It was a little stained but not muddy, and still low. I'm guessing 18 inches to 2ft or so below full? Driving down Eastchester today I saw water coming over the Oak Hollow spillway.Hey jerry,
I know at one point the lake was down, after your trip you mind letting us know the condition of the lake? I would greatly appreciate it, good luck!
That lake has been fishing pretty darn good lately or you have it on lock down. I have some of the mag finesse worms but have not fished them in quite a while (looks like I need to). Are you t-rigging, c-rigging, or shakey head rigging these?Matt and I caught ten there today, most on mag finesse gp, but two came on speedcraws. Biggest were around 3 pounds to 3 and a half. Had a couple we missed, but oh well..lol
Surfrider was there too, gave us a tow up the lake so we could get there faster. Thanks for that Sam.
All three work, mostly T-rig but I got one Sunday with mag finesse on shakey finesse head (ball head shaped shakey head).That lake has been fishing pretty darn good lately or you have it on lock down. I have some of the mag finesse worms but have not fished them in quite a while (looks like I need to). Are you t-rigging, c-rigging, or shakey head rigging these?
He was probably pursuing the better pattern for this time of year for the bigger fish... but don't tell that to the 3.5 you caught up in a few feet of waterTrue. Ricky wound up with five, couple of decent three pounders on spinnerbait and Lake Fork Flutterspoon.