FISHING REPORT: SUNDAY 07/01/2018
We started out a short day of fishing, hitting the water at 0545 out of East Fork. Average water temperature was 82*, approx. 1.5' low. Water is still stained, becoming more of the well recognized brown tint. Light overcast with the Wind blowing about 15mph straight from the south, which made fishing our favorite spots a little more challenging than we like.
We did find multiple, massive schools of small sandy's and bar fish at the west end of the dam. It made the morning go by really quick and had my young nephew smiling from ear to ear. When the bite died off, it really died off. We gave up on the spot and moved to fishing for Largemouth's but couldn't get on them. Seems everyone had a difficult day from what I've seen and heard from other fisherman. We ran the Northwest end of the East fork with not a single bite!
We're hoping to have more Largemouth activity this Sunday.
Sand bass and bar fish were extremely productive on slab spoons *CC's* and were alternating between schooling on the top and being suspended, working around ~15ft. Shallower production only lasted for about 5-10mins before they went deep.
Yes... I am a nerd -- slightly obsessed with Majora's Mask --- and yes! I do love bass fishing!
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