Post by Midnitebasser on Oct 22, 2004 17:42:35 GMT -5
BIGBASS I moved your post to the Marsh Creek broad, I think you have a better chance of getting a reply here. I know they catch a fair amount of fish in Park Cove but I don't fish there very much, so maybe somebody that does will reply. Good Luck
Over the last 6+ years I have done a ton of Bass fishing in the park cove and have been very successful (numerous 5 lb largemouth and even a 42" Muskie). I fish in almost every open tournament on Marsh and I have seen a good amount of tournaments won in that cove. Keep in mind that Marsh is loaded with big bass so do not limit yourself to just one spot. This year I fished in a tournament on Marsh in an area that I have not fished in a long time and my partner and I won the tournament. It was a great learning experience for me. Fish the cove but do not forget about your other spots you like to fish.
Post by bluegill getter on Nov 2, 2004 10:35:13 GMT -5
I was talking to the older man at Gordon's & he stated that the water PH needs to lower before the big bluegills hit. I'm guessing that the PH is affected by all the leaves that have fallen into the lake.