Monday, April 1, 2013

Lake Wedowee April Fishing Advice

Lake Wedowee Fishing Advice
By Brian Morris, Fishing Guide

Spring is here, its warming up, and so are the fish here on our beautiful Lake Wedowee! April fishing can be bitter sweet. In April the fish will be on their beds producing more of those green back fish that we love to chase around. But...when they come of the bed (late April) hold on! They will go into a feeding frenzy fattening back up from all their hard work of producing us more fish. Here is a little advice... Get out there early in the morning before daylight and start fishing points that are off spawning pockets. Throw Top water baits like a shad color pop R or a top water walking bait. If that is not working get below the surface with a shad color 2 to 5 ft running crank bait. Also you can catch fish this time of year on points and mouths of pockets on finesse worms and Carolina rigs with of course something in (green pumpkin color) hint hint.... Crappie should already be spawn out, keep a good close look on your electronics they will be heading out of the pockets to the main river channel, when you start seeing fish around 8 to 12 ft start trolling 1/16oz crappie jig in black/blue or green chartruse. Cast to all timber or wood that you can find and I bet you will have a boat full of em!!!! God bless and good fishing!!!


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