July 18, 2014
CLARKS HILL IS FULL, MID 80’S DEGREES & STAINED
Bass fishing is fair. The hot summer sun is beating down on the lake and the bass are getting really sluggish. Watching your feeding tables really closely this week will be a must. Try fishing until about noon during the morning hours and from about 6:00 p.m. until dark. Smaller bass along with a variety of other fish are still chasing the smaller bait fish and some blue backs up into the grass mats and along the rocky points and banks. These bass are taking medium diving crank baits along with a variety of plastic baits. Concentrate your efforts on any forms of structure, stumps, rocks, brush piles, grass mats, etc. and work each one with a variety of baits. The bigger bass can be found on your graph out along the channel ledges and just off main lake points. Use a deep diving crank bait like a Rapala DT10 or DT14 to catch a few of these larger bass. These fish are very sluggish, so make several casts in each location before moving. As the water temperature climbs, the bass will get a little harder to catch. Up in the creeks, the smaller bass can be found along the banks feeding on everything they can find. Small jigs and worms are catching these ten to thirteen inch bass with very little effort.
Meet Lowrance Pro Staffer, Ken Sturdivant at the new Cabela’s in Acworth, Georgia, August 21 though 24, 2014. Ken will be hosting these FREE! Seminar: FRIDAY August 22, 2014 at 3 pm and 7 pm: Fishing Georgia Lakes for bass. SATURDAY August 23, 2014 at 3 pm and 7 pm: Finding Fish with Lowrance technology. SUNDAY August 24, 2014 at 3 pm and 5 pm: The Bass Anglers Tackle Box. Located at the Cherokee Village at I 75 and Highway 92, Kennesaw Georgia
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.