Location

OK
United States
34° 26' 24" N, 97° 1' 12" W
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Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Windy Air Temperature: 51-60 F Water Temp: 51-60 F Clarity: Clear
5 fish caught | Lunker: 6lb Largemouth Bass using a Bucktail

Very windy light to medium overcast.  Fished from 1300 to dark (1730-1800).  Caught 10 bass, 1 crappie and my partner caught 12 bass.  Mostly smallies, some spots and two very nice largemouth.  The big wind (15 - 30) keep us from out best spots but we found fish suspended in 15' over 25' where we did get to fish.  Fished a jerkbait quite a bit but strikes only no fish.  I caught the most numbers and the biggest two fish (largemouth) on a hand tied 'hair' jig fished very very slow.

CatchSpeciesLure / BaitBrandWeight (lb)Length (in)
1Smallmouth BassFootball Head Jig3
2Smallmouth BassFootball Head Jig2
3Smallmouth BassSwim BaitStrike King2
4Spotted BassSwim BaitStrike King2
5Largemouth BassBucktail6
3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 71-80 F

Elevation normal, water 59 and clear to stained in the upper arms. White bass good on crankbaits and sassy shad at 5 ft. along creek channels, shallows and upper creek arms. Largemouth and spotted bass good on crankbaits, lipless baits, jigs, sassy shad and Long Johns at 4-12 ft. in the main lake, along flats and creek channels. Crappie slow on minnows, jigs and small lures at 12-22 ft. along creek channels, brush structure and docks. Report submitted by Jack Melton. 

3
Average: 3 (1 vote)
Weather: Sunny Air Temperature: 71-80 F

Elevation below normal, water 75-78 and clear to stained up creek arms. Largemouth, smallmouth and spotted bass on crankbaits, flukes, topwater lures and Chug Bugs from the surface to 12 ft. around brush structure, rocks, the main lake and windblown points. Channel catfish fair on minnows, shrimp, crankbaits and lipless baits at 10 ft. along creek channels, flats and shallows. Crappie, sunfish and bluegill fair on minnows, jigs, tube jigs and spoons around docks, brush structure and standing timber. White bass slow on jigs and spoons around rocks. Report submitted by Jack Melton. 

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