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Line-sides: Good, despite the cold and wind. But with this extended blast of cold temperatures, who knows how the fishing will be next week.
The south end of the lake is still the place to be right now. All of our stripers are coming on trout and shad fished on planer boards and freelines out over open water. All of our Hybrids are coming on trout and shad fish on down-lines 20-30 feet deep on humps and points.
The u-rig bite has picked back up. We are using a Mack Farr 4 arm rig loaded with pink trailers. Our better bite is coming within eyesight of the dam. We pull our rigs at 3 MPH and 100 feet back just off the river channels.
Overall I am pleased with what I am seeing out there right now. Let’s hope these cold temperatures don’t start a shad kill.
I have been getting a lot of you asking about the Striper bite on Carters Lake. Carters has been fishing very slow for me all winter. The stripers just aren’t active and I can’t get a pattern on them. I am having trouble just finding them right now. Hopefully that bite will pick up soon.
Call me and we’ll catch you some fish!
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