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The Autumn Patterns are beginning

Don Schnable
September 29, 2013
Greers Ferry - Freshwater Fishing Report


Subject: Don Schnable... Report Greers Ferry Lake





The water level at Greers Ferry Lake is at 460.23,it is 2.31 feet below normal pool of 462.54 feet and falling with generation, the temp in the mornings is in the high 70's and afternoons up to mid 80's.

The bass fishing is good on and off all day with the afternoon bite a little better, with fish moving more shallow ,Alabama rigs, jigs,spinner baits and top water and crank baits up shallow, and texas rigged worms and c-rigs working out deeper, the best bite has been on the south end of the lake.

The bream bite is good up shallow using crickets and crawlers even out to 27 feet of water.

Catfish are eating good on lines and jugs all over the lake on a variety of baits.

Walleye are so, so in different parts of the lake using some new type of vertical techniques with crawlers.

Crappie are biting a little better with some even schooling , try jigs and minnows in 12-20 feet of water.

The white and hybrid bass are eating better in the afternoons as they have got accustomed to the generation and moon, try in-line spinners ,spoons, topwater baits and swimbaits, they are moving a lot so stay with the shad, try 25-32 feet of water .

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Isabella, MO 65676
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