November 27, 2014

CLARKS HILL IS DOWN 7.4 FEET, MID 50’S DEGREES & CLEAR

Bass fishing is good. Cooler temperatures have activated the bait fish and this has sparked a feeding frenzy in the Bass. Small rock out crops along the bank and around the islands are producing Bass in the rivers. The 3/8 ounce Rattlin Rapala's in the Redfire Crawdad, the Fire tiger with black heads and the Silver Tennessee Shad are excellent colors to use this week. On the main lake and off any sharp points, use the Rapala DT10 and the Ito jerk baits. On the sharp drop offs, the jerk baits can be used to catch the suspended bass hanging out on the ledges. Fish slowly with the crank baits and the jerk baits on the sides of the points. Use them like a crank bait during the fall to add a few extra fish to the live well.

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Lake Clarks Hill Information

Weather for Lake Clarks Hill

 

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“SONAR WITH KEN STURDIVANT”

Ken Sturdivant, Lowrance Professional Fishing Staff will be conducting FREE! Sonar Seminars at Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World in Lawrenceville Georgia. Seminars are the last Saturday of each month. All seminars are subject to change without notice.