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Fishing Report

November Report

The lake water level as of this date (10-29) is at 402.03 or 0.97 low. Water temps are finally falling in to the high 60s due to the recent cold front. 
Fish are setting up in a fall patter both deep and shallow. The shallow bite has been good on the grass lines early with top water baits like Frogs, 
Spinner baits and weightless plastics. As the sun gets higher move out to the edge of the grass with a Jig or Texas rig. You will need to stay in the 
4 to 8ft range. Some schooling activity can be found at which time I like to throw a rattle trap.

The deep water bite is setting up on main lake points , road beds and humps as they should be. I can’t stress the importance of your electronics.
I have a Lowrance 12in touch. I like to have my sensitivity a little higher and my side scan set on 50 ft. You will mark most of these fish off to the side 
of the shad and on the bottom. Carolina rigs, Alabama rigs, Crank baits, Large 1 ounce spinner baits, and Jigs will do the trick.

Crappie are also setting up in their winter holes. Brush piles in 20 to 25ft and main lake point next to a drop off is where you will find them.  
I use Bobby Garland Jigs now but will go to Minnows as the water temps continue to fall.  

Christmas is coming up fast. I do have gift certificate available for your employees of loved ones. Make a great gift. Thanks for your support.

For more info, please feel free to call me any time. Dennis
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