“Not everyone that wanders is lost “
What a great time to be angling on Grand Lake. Get out early morning or later in the evening for some spectacular fishing.
The water level is reasonably constant at 744 ft, temperature in the lower 80’s, and water color from clear to “Grand Lake” green. Color seems to be a factor right now depending on your lure selection and presentation. Lots of patterns are working.
Black bass were caught early on topwater in very shallow water, but once the sun comes up that bite waned, and we switched to Carolina rigs in deeper water in adjacent areas. There were also fish caught on a Strike King HC-5 in a sexy shad color.
In the late afternoon and early evening it’s time to go white bass fishing. Just troll around points, wait, and keep an open eye for schooling fish. I prefer a top water bait, but I don’t think it matters what you throw.
Good crappie are still being caught around docks in 6-10 ft of water on small jigs. Pink seems to be a good color.
My catfish fishing friends tell me the fish are plentiful in 27-30 feet of water on drop offs using cut bait.
Until next time…keep your hook in the water
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