Departing the ramp -- very shallow to right -- large flats..VERY shallow..often see folks wading there...down the left side as you depart ramp area...that side holds some bass and falls off nicely....deep down by dam in corner....the dam is reported to produce but never have caught there....circling around -- good point ...heading towards tunnel, that left side has some good dead wood....and right around the tunnel tends to produce....watch out for stumps as you continue around past tunnel --shallow and lots of stumps...good luck!
Sorry to disappoint I never made it out... my buddy wanted desperately to fish marsh creek. We got skunked big time. Thanks for all the information. I will definitely make it out one weekend I am fortunate to be a teacher so I have all summer to fish it.
Post by allen knapp on Jun 25, 2015 21:13:46 GMT -5
If you go out to 10 foot of water and drift with the wind using small 1/16th to 1/8th oz. if they arnt hitting that go smaller down to 1/64 oz yu should keep your self busy with crappies perch and sunnies a small twister tail on the jig will work or a small piece of worm will do it. We use slugo's or whack worms some hooked weedless no weight green motor oil or a purple with a fire tail should put bass in the boat. a salty spider motor oil or chartruse with flakes have produced some real good fish on many lakes in this area for us. The dam brest . or rip rap gives up the biggest fish with the spider or green motor oil colored worm. hook it weedless cast right up to the rocks and slowley work it out. lots of times the bigger fish thinks its something jumping from rocks rush up and grab it and head for deep water nail them as soon as you feel the pickup. I've put a few reports on for struble over the last 3 years. almost always with good results. Again check my site out and yu'll see what we've been using. knappys outdoor adventures. good luck.