Monday, June 3, 2013

June Lake Wedowee Fishing Advice

Lake Wedowee Fishing Advice
by Brian Morris, Fishing Guide

June fishing this year I predict will be good due to cooler temperatures and water flow of our lake.
The fish are scattered right now but they will pile up on your favorite spot before long. Here is what I recommend doing in June for bass. Look for long points that have pockets close to them (just like in my May report) fish are still there! Throw a C-rig, something with green pumpkin, a creature bait or a finesse worm. 

The bass this year for some reason want something slow moving like a crank bait or a spinner bait. But I have been catching a few on top water using a pop R or a walking bait like a spook on steep banks early in morning. Crappie fishing has been good all year. Keep a good eye on your electronics as they are hovering over and around standing timber and where the standing timber use to be, suspended in 8 to 12 ft of water. You can catch them trolling using a 1/16 or 1/32 oz red jig head supporting a white chartreuse.
2 inch curly tail jig or a black/blue has been working well also. Cover water your electronics will be your best friend. God bless and good fishing.


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