I've caught perch here, plenty of time, not much in the way of bass though. might have been to worm for them to be really active.when i was ther in 07 that had cut back alot of brush from around the boat launch area to make shore fishing more acessable.we usually got there in our canoe too.
I did not think this lake had alot to offer until July 28th 2007 when I pulled in a nice 5 pounder. It is hard to reach alot of the good lcations from shore because of the foliage- if you do be ready to lose a few lures to the trees. You can get anywhere on the lake with a canoe, which you can rent right at the park.
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The following baits, lures, and flies are popular near this location.
blue winged olive
Lipless Bait: clacking rap
Blade Bait: purple rooster tail & live minnows
Jigging Spoon: 2 inch, color gold and white
Worm: spoom work well to.
Nightcrawler: Red Eye bass will hit alot of the time in most of the coves and downed trees caught sun fish after about 10 am. 1 small perch about 6in. fishing has been slow so far this season. One caught on a crawler , one caught on a live minnow
Minnow: used smalls up to mommalukes. small size minnow medium size minnow on waited bobber. Drifting with live minnows Drifting with a live minnow