Bass Action Explodes From Top To Bottom
Largemouth bass fishing at Clear Lake is excellent from the north end to the south end, reported Bob Wiggins at Limit Out Bait and Tackle.
“Anglers are experiencing a great top water bite early and late in the day,” said Wiggins. “They’re doing best with River2Sea Whopper Ploppers and frogs. There isn’t much of a crankbait bite, but anglers are hooking lots of bass while using chatterbaits and spinnerbaits.”
During the day fishermen are finding a “really good” jig and plastic worm bite while fishing from 5 to 20 feet deep. The fish average 3-1/2 to 4-1/2 pounds and weigh up to 8 pounds.
Catfish action is also going strong. Anglers are hooking fish averaging 9 to 13 pounds and going up to 20 pounds while soaking mackerel, anchovies and nightcrawlers. The top areas include Rattlesnake Island, Horseshoe Bend and the mouth of Cache Creek.
Wiggins has’t heard any reports of success on bluegill or crappie at Clear Lake lately.
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