June 25, 2015
JACKSON LAKE IS DOWN 1.9 FEET, 80’S & CLEAR
Bass fishing is fair. Fish deep structure in or near the main lake or seek cooler water up the rivers. Target main lake points the bluffs any hump at 12 to 15 feet with brush, bridge pilings and docks. Put to use shakey heads, heavy compact jigs and deep running crank baits through the day. Hot weather has many fish hunkered down in deep water, suspended, or roaming with shad in open water. Early in the day, throw a Rico or other top water bait on the deep sea walls or at open water opportunities. We may see more Mayfly hatches resulting in shallow fishing opportunities. Bream move up on the insects and big bass move up on the bream. The hatches are off and on, but the possibility exists that we will see some more hatches. When the hatch concentrates, it is a prime opportunity to catch quality fish in shallow warm water. Many baits may catch them, but top water fishing with a Rico or Pop R can be hard to beat. Also try swimming a green jig. Look up the rivers, late in the afternoon for possible hatches. Good fish can bite at night on the lights.
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