I heard several guys state that they have seen the tale tail signs of lakes beginning to "Turn Over" last weekend, but hadn't noticed it here yet.
Yesterday afternoon, I got a call from SCK saying the bite was almost dead on the East arm of Fork and he was headed to the West arm, "Would I like to join him?"
Even tho I was still worn out from the TSCC and my back yelled "NO!"
, I readily agreed as I have been waiting for this invite
On the way to the ramp, SCK told me that he thought the lake was starting to turn over, that his "Plum" trees were loaded, but you could only catch 1, maybe 2, then you might as well go to the next spot.
That proved to be the same story on the west arm, catch 1 or 2 dinks and even tho the graph showed a lot of fish, it was dead!
Then I noticed the foam on the water was slightly brown in color......it was too windy to see if there was bubbles coming up from the bottom.....
It started to make sense to me, while prefishing CC, I practically had to lay in the bottom of the boat when putting a lure on my jig to keep the fish from biting my fingers, then this past weekend, the bite was almost dead.
When I got home, some locals told me the bite had died here also
What are y'all seeing elsewhere??????