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Fishing Reports

Lake Burton Fishing Report

Lake Burton Fishing ReportWater temp: 49degWater Level: 5ft below full poolClarity: clearBassThe Bass Bite has been strong the last few days. Seems to be plenty of bait this year for the fish (aka Blue Backs). We have been having our best luck fishing before the fronts or a couple of days after. Mid way back in creeks in secondary pockets seems to be the ticket. Bream Color Crank baits and Pumpkin Seed creepy crawls have been working best. We have caught both Large Mouth and Spotted Bass using these techniques. Typically once you’ve found a fish there are several more close by. This pattern should continue for the next few weeks as we head towards March. TroutThe Trout bite has been a little slower the last couple of weeks. We have caught a few fish sight casting to surfacing fish mid lake. The fishing seem to be feeding on debris from the recent rains floating down the lake. This is a good time to throw a small spoon like a Kastmaster and retrieve quickly. Look for the Brown Trout bite to pick up quickly as we head into early spring. WalleyeThe Walleye bite has been a little tough this year with all the flooding rains we’ve had. These fish live most of their lives close to the bottom only coming up to eat on passing bait schools. Late February early March is spawning time for Walleye. This gives anglers the opportunity to catch these fish very shallow. The key to catching Walleye this time of year is intersecting the fish on there way to spawn or coming back from spawning. Try setting up and fishing creek and river channels. These are the best locations to target these fish. Casting and trolling Rapalas are a good technique for catching these fish. I normally fish a 8 to 18ft bottom this time of year. Look for this pattern to continue for the next several weeks. Good Luck!Wes Carlton7703189777

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