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Changing to Sumertime patterns

Don Schnable
June 18, 2014
Greers Ferry - Freshwater Fishing Report

The water level at greers ferry lake is at 462.39 feet and falling with evaporation and generation it is 0.15 feet below normal pool of 462.54 feet.

The summer time bass season is here with some fish grouped up out deep and some loner fish up shallow as always the deeper fish on drops can be caught with a Texas rig,c-rig,and a football head, as well as an Alabama rig, the shallow fish can be caught on jigs spinner baits , and top water baits.

The crappie are out on the brush piles and suspended in the pole timber from 15-40 feet deep and can be caught with minnows and jigs ..

The bream are up shallow and eating , and bedding every month, some head out to deeper water after they bed until next time around and all can be caught on crickets and crawlers, and even some on small in-line spinners and crank baits.

Walleye are grouped up on the edge's of pea gravel flats and eating crank baits and crawlers trolled about 1-3 mph.

The hybrid and white bass are eating shad in 25-45 feet of water on spoons,in-line spinners and swim baits, just find the bait and the fish will be close by.

{WE FINDEM, YOU CATCHEM}



Tommy Cauley
4710 Hwy 92 East
Bee Branch,Ark. 72013

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