FISHING REPORT 2014
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Summer, 2014

Water Temps 60's to 70's.  Water slightly stained and stained after pleasure boat activity near shorelines.
Smallmouth bass are hitting topwater presentations in low light situations.  Stump Point, Dam Area, Turkey Neck and Holy Cross are good places to start, especially at dawn.  Largemouth bass are just finishing up their spawn and can be found cruising the shoreline grass and guarding fry. Green Glade, Turkey Neck, McHenry and Beckmans Cove have fish.

Respectable rock bass are prolific, in the rocks adjacent to the Glendale Bridge and can be fun for the youngsters.  Bluegill action with chunks of night crawler are good both in Turkey Neck and Sky Valley.

Walleyes have gone deeper, but a few still remain shallow, especially at night.  Anglers report taking walleyes on minnows.  Chain pickerel and pike are also hitting lip hooked minnows in submerged aquatic vegetation from mid-lake south.

 

 

 

 

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