Been checking in on the classic this week and if you did not believe bass fishing is tough just look at the results. Most of the bass have been caught in the first hour and then these best of the best can only catch one or two. These guys have been on this lake for some time and have the best equipment an info you can get. Like I have posted many times no limits needed on bass only during the....
Whats ya'll opinion on worm fishing??? Carolina or Texas rig ??? I am talking fishing slopes 0 to 15 feet gradual like 15 feet deep 50 feet from bank and 0 to 20 feet almost straight down. Like 20 feet deep 10 feet or less from bank...
Went to the spillway today out of the public landing around lunch time and it was tough. Couldn't figure out what they wanted had 3 hits on 3 diff. baits...cold weather out em in a bit of a funk. Was shocked at how low the water was.
We started off Valentine morning fishing for Sac-a-lait, ended up with 4 nice ones. We moved further north to find clearer water, and found a great cove I've caught fish before and something told me to throw a spinner bait in about 6 to 8 ft of water, second cast I landed the biggest Bass I've ever caught.
I'm debating if tomorrow will be a good day to go try and catch some bass down reserve canal (located in reserve, louisiana obviously). I know it's not ideal conditions but why not. I was just wondering if yall could tell me if I should go or not and what lures to throw.
I wondering about fishing the Spillway with rising water. I know this generally shuts the fish down, but what about when the water is as low as it is right now. A rise is predicted to start Sunday, but the level will still be low as it rises throughout the day. How do the fish generally respond when the water is rising but still at low levels? I appreciate any insight.