Post by MasterBaiter on Aug 18, 2015 23:29:08 GMT -5
Friend and I plan on hitting Struble thursday, has anyone been there recently? If so how has the bite been? We plan on going pretty early in the morning and fishing til mid afternoon, throwing a variety of baits but if anyone has any tips that would be great.
Post by fishermansteve on Aug 19, 2015 9:13:09 GMT -5
I haven't been recently, but when I went about a month ago, the LMB's were biting good at the dam on soft plastics. Both the left and right sides of the dam are also productive. I caught most around 11 am.
Post by Old Man River on Sept 27, 2015 10:53:42 GMT -5
Water level is way down,found that bass were hanging deep, caught nice 5 plus in 25 ft on the bottom with a senko. Went during daytime last week, cloudy condition fishing from the bank and tagged 8 bass biggest around 2 lbs with plastics. Launching is a little dicey with the low water level. Hope this helps.
Post by Allen Knapp on Oct 7, 2015 10:37:50 GMT -5
Hit the lake last week during the morning into the afternoon. I think the summer dog days are gone now that the water temps have dropped. The good fish we caught were taken just off the rip-rap. The hot lure was the salty spider in a motor oil and sparkle color. To see our success go to knappys outdoor adventures on any search engine. After this last week with winds coming out of the northeast go to the wind ward side of the lake. if theres a chop on the surface go with a ugly bug or beatle spin small to medium size chartruse 1 1/2 to 3 inches worked off bottom at a moderate speed. The crappies and yellow perch were taken during drifts in 10 foot of water. Also some were taken in about 5 foot with 1 64th to 1/16 oz red headed or green headed jigs with the chartreuse trailer. As the temps drop more we will do some night time trolling and drifting for walleyes #11 to #13 fire tigers and raps. Let yous know how we make out in the near future.