Lots of Rain – No Toad Stranglers Yet
We have thus far escaped the really devastating rains that muddy the entire lake and take weeks to drain off. That means that the fishing has cycled up and down each time a front passes. That’s not to say that the fish don’t bite when the sun comes out and the wind turns out of the north, but it does require different tactics and a lot more casts to figure out what the new “mood” looks like. A few weeks ago a couple fished two days and caught a 5# and 6# bass. They bit about 10 minutes apart. The lake is about 6″ above normal and remains clear. We still have a few openings in June, and July remains relatively open for weekends or weekdays.