Bass fishing – Good places in New Orleans

As you know from our previous post regarding our Texas Adventure, we really enjoy fishing.

After several difficult weeks of fishing on Lake Wateree we have finally gotten break. The first cold front
in quite some time finally pushed through the Carolinas and the cooler temperatures have sparked a nice bass bite. The bass have taken this opportunity to slide up and feed along the grass lines making catching bass much easier over the past coupleof days. Get out and enjoy the action and the much nicer weather.

FISHING CREEK: Fishing at the Creek may have been inconsistent last week but the bite was back on again this week. However, instead of the deep bite picking back up it was the shallow bite that proved to be the best. Started out working those deeper rock piles and brush but the active fish just weren’t giving us what we expected.
So, we moved back to the shallow water in creeks and coves off of the main lake and BINGO! Just like last week the bass were scattered just sitting on any available shallow cover. Jigs and small crankbaits pitched around laydowns, stumps, docks, etc. produced bites and decent sized bass.

ROBLAKE MURRAY:We are currently under a blanket of hot weather. The water temps are in the upper 80’s to
low 90’s and the bass are not easy to catch. However, you can still locate schools of bass chasing herring for top water action on primary points in the main lake and major creeks. Deep brush piles are also producing bites and when you can locate one of those A+ brush piles you may catch several bass from that one spot.



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