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Lake Crescent Bass Fishing Report

Capt. Nick Czerok
October 10, 2017
St. Johns River - Freshwater Fishing Report

Fishing has been difficult due to Irma flooding has lead to relatively high water levels. Getting access to the lake may be tricky with some boat ramps closed or inaccessible. Waters at the start of this month will be murky and very tannin-stained due to runoff. Numerous deadfalls scattered on the shore will hold bass, with patches of vegetation also holding other species of fish. The deeper edges of the north cut and grass patches along the west shore of the lake will hold crappie and tons of small gators. Anglers should have good luck drifting or trolling minnows or crappie jigs, particularly in the southern end of the lake.

Gator hunting is non existent, with water levels being so high they have too many areas to hide. Gators season ends Nov 1st. Going to try to get out quota even with difficult conditions.

Capt. Nick

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www.searokcharters.com

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On our offshore charters we offer the one and only 36′ Contender. These boats are designed to do one thing, catch fish. It is a fast and incredibly stable platform to get us there and back safely without compromising comfort. Due to its 362″ length and 10′ beam she can easily accommodate 6 anglers. Equipped with brand new triple Suzuki outboards her 900 HP gets us to our fishing grounds in a hurry. Twin Garmin 7612s and a 10k radar puts us on the best fishing spots with ease. The ride quality

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Searok Sport Fishing Charters
139 N. Woodland Blvd.
Deland, FL 32720
Phone: 386-624-1469
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