|Species||Rating||Size||Bait, Method, & Location|
|Rainbow trout||No report||2/lb||Trout season begins November 1st!|
|Channel catfish||No report||Try prepared stinkbait, cut bait or liver under a bobber or on the bottom.|
|Bluegill||No report||Try small pieces of worm or crickets under a bobber or small twister tail jigs. Use a very small hook (size 4 or 6).|
|Largemouth bass||No report||Try jigs and finesse plastics early in the morning and later in the evening but as the water cools fish can be caught midday.|
|Crappie||No report||Fish around any brush or vegetation you can find as well as drop-offs, using minnows or jigs|
|Wiper||No report||Try trolling jigs and crankbaits, or shrimp fished on the bottom. You can also try jigging slab spoons and bucktail jigs. Drifting live shad, sunfish or minnows may also work.|
Please discard of leftover bait in a trash can, even baitfish. Remember it is illegal to release any fish into public water unless it was taken from that water!
REMEMBER: Zebra mussel veligers (larval zebra mussels) are too small to be seen with the unaided eye and they can be found in boat livewells, minnow buckets, boat bilges, water toys and anything else that is capable of holding even a small amount of water.
Be sure to drain all equipment before leaving the lake to avoid moving veligers to other waters. THIS INCLUDES MINNOW BUCKETS AND BOAT LIVEWELLS AND BILGES!!!
CLEAN DRAIN & DRY Every Lake, Every Time!
Click HERE to learn how to prevent the spread of zebra mussels.