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The weather is cooling & the bigger fish are turning on!

Don Schnable
September 18, 2012
Bull Shoals - Freshwater Fishing Report

Subject: SCHNABLE...Bull Shoals Lake,east quadrant Fishing report






The lake continues slowly falling. The water surface temperature has cooled a few more degrees to about 82. We have had a break in the hot weather and the fishing has improved. Jigging spoons are catching a mixed bag of fish 25-34 feet deep on gravel flats with brushpiles and drop-offs holding the better fish. Trolling crankbaits like Hot 'N Tots, deep-diving Rogues and Shad Raps on lead-core line along the edges of the gravel flats at about 30 feet has been catching some nice walleyes and spotted bass. Night crawlers fished on bottom-bouncers are catching a mixed bag of walleyes, spotted bass and catfish. Largemouth bass are biting jigs and soft plastics 10-30 feet down on rocky points and bluff ends.

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Spring Creek Ent.
Hc 1 Box 1265
Isabella, MO 65676
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