“In the spring I have counted 136 different kinds of weather inside of 24 hours” - Mark Twain
Just when you think spring is here Mother Nature throws us a curve, but the fish don’t really care.
Water temperatures remain relatively constant in the lower to mid 50s south to near 60 south. Level remains at 742, which is a deterrent, but we are getting some darker water in certain areas.
We crappie fished over the weekend leaving the bass to the tournament guys. Water color in Duck Creek was a bit “darker in color.
Before the weekend our best black bass bites were on crawfish colored crankbaits, and watermelon red/candy lizards, but I know big fish are being caught on umbrella rigs over deep water brush. There were several bass over 8 lbs weighed in, and a smallmouth that went over five lbs.
The crappie bite has waned with the cooler temperatures, but with warmer weather this weekend the bite should improve.
If you want to try white bass head up river. It’s better with current so let’s hope we get some additional rain.
Until next time…keep your hook in the water
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