July 31, 2014
JACKSON LAKE IS FULL, STAINED & LOW 80’S
Bass fishing is fair. Look for the deeper brush with the Lowrance Structure Scan and Down Scan technology and find the deep brush. When the right brush pile is found, you can see the fish with this technology clearly. When you crank the right brush pile there are some big fish out there. Use the Zoom Trick worm in dark colors with a light Texas rig. Use the jigs mid day but the crank bait bite has been heating up lately. Look for isolated brush near steep drops in the 15 to 25 foot range and burn a sexy shad colored Mann’s 20 Plus through the limbs. Spend more time than you normally would fishing the brush and crank it from all angles. It can be tempting to throw a worm in there if you hit a couple and don’t get bit, but if you stick with the crank bait it can pay off with some nice bass. If burning a deep diving crank bait in extreme heat isn’t for you there is still a decent shallow bite up the rivers. You can pick off some fish by skipping a green pumpkin Trick worm under docks and by shallow cranking a bluegill colored Mann’s Baby X Square Bill around stumps and rock.Ken Sturdivant, Lowrance Pro Staff, will be at Dreher Island State Park, 3677 State Park Road, Prosperity South Carolina 29127, August 13 through 17, 2014. Ken will doing Lowrance demonstration rides from 8am until 2pm Thursday, Friday Saturday and Sunday at the park.
Meet Lowrance Pro Staffer, Ken Sturdivant at the new Cabela’s in Acworth, Georgia, August 21 though 24, 2014, located at the Cherokee Village at I 75 and Highway 92, Acworth, Georgia. Ken will be hosting these FREE! Seminars: FRIDAY August 22, 2014 at 3 pm “Finding Fish with Lowrance technology” and 7 pm Fishing Georgia Lakes for Bass. SATURDAY August 23, 2014 at 3 pm “Finding Fish with Lowrance technology” and 7 pm Fishing Georgia Lakes for bass. SUNDAY August 24, 2014 at 3 pm “Fishing Georgia Lakes for bass” and 5 pm, “The Bass Anglers Tackle Box”.