Fishing Report

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It's been a really busy spring.  Lots of crappie and walleye have been
getting caught in between these fronts.  The lake is a couple feet high
right now, but more rain is in the forecast later this week.

Bass are doing great on anything from zara spooks, to jigs around the
spawning areas.  Been catching some nice fish.  Work the secondary
points back and hit all your favorite spawning areas.  the water is
clear enough down around the dam to see the beds.

Crappie have been sporadic, but keep looking and find the ones that are
biting.  Been some great size crappie getting caught.  jigs and minnows
in 8 foot or less is working best, however some fish are hanging out in
deeper water.  The water has finally broke thru the 60 degree spot and
they should be getting things together soon.

Walleye are hitting great.  Points with jigs and crawlers.  use your
electronics to locate fish in 14 to 30 foot of water.  they are
different every day.  work them vericle and slow.  you will catch a
little of everything and get lots of walleye in the process.  make sure
to watch the 15" lenght.

Catfish are doing awesome on trot and limb lines.  if you have the
time.  set a few and watch them catch fish.

Good luck, stay safe, and let me know if I can help out with anything.

Bob Bennett
Stockton Lake Guide Service
417-637-2277

 

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