February 26, 2015


Bass fishing is fair. Off shore hot spots on spotted bass have continued to produce with drop shot rigs and jigging spoons. If largemouth are your focus you are going to need to cover a lot of water with shallow crank baits and spinnerbaits. Look for red clay points and rocky banks with sunlight on them most of the day. Find the warmest water with the Lowrance sonar and be sure there are some bait schools close by. Bait fish loves any rocky bank as the water will be a bit warmer. Most of these points and banks will be north eastern shorelines. Make long casts with crank baits and spinnerbaits on the shallow end of points. Slowly reel baits making sure to keep continuous contact with the bottom. The best crank baits are a Bomber 4A and Bandit 200 series in a red craw pattern. Spinnerbait patterns can be limited to a ½ ounce War Eagle white with double willow leaf blades gold and silver.

Anglers have GPS Bass fishing locations and a BASS FISHING WEST POINT LAKE book is for sale. Ask ken for a sample. This book is $39.00. Sample just e mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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Our DVD, Rods, Reels and Lures for Bass is now on sale for only $25.00 including shipping. Send a check payable to Southern Fishing Schools Inc., to Southern Fishing Schools Inc to 106 Hickory Ridge Drive, Cumming Georgia. Please allow 14 days for delivery.


We provide tournament anglers with a West Point map and bass fishing locations. Send us an e mail to ken@southernfishing.com for cost and details. Map and GPS locations included.