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May 11, 2018- Mixed; by Charlie Taylor
Topic Started: May 11 2018, 08:54 AM (3 Views)
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Reported by Charlie Taylor at Charlie Taylor Fishing

Stripers are still available on jumbo minnows and deep-trolled Cordell Redfins. Early morning and late evenings are best. Bass are available on wood cover throughout the river. Crankbaits and plastic worms are the preferred baits. The grass flat in Belmont Bay is still producing good quality fish as the bass are spawning in the emerging grass. Crappie and bluegill are found around the boat docks, and catfish are everywhere in the river channel. Live minnows and fresh cut bait are the ticket for the whiskered giants.

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