Fishing Report Provided by West Virginia Division of Natural Resources - West Virginia Division of Natural Resources
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April 17, 2014
The lake is about 2 feet below the summer level. Water temperatures are now rising after dropping 10 degrees this week and fishing should improve significantly. Coves will be warmer than the main lake which will be good for bass, crappies and sunfish. Walleyes can be at any depth in the lake but will move into shallow water to feed at dusk. White bass also move to the head of the lake at this time of year.
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