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Mid/South Lake Bass Fishing Report

Daily Fishing Log For June 18, 2021

General Info Weather / Water Conditions
Date June 18, 2021 Air Temp 90s Current Generation Minimum
Fisherman Chance Davis- Davis Guide Service (918) 990-1040 Water Temp 84-89
Hours Fished 8 Sky Sunny Water Clarity Clean
Fishing Overall Excellent Wind Moderate
Fish Caught
Total Caught Total Keepers
20 20
Size/Weight (Pounds)
3456+
221
Baits Used
Keepers Other Fish
Flutter spoon, Mega Bass Spark Shad 4inch, Motley Tungsten football jig
Bait Colors
Keepers Other Fish
Silver, blue pearl, camo green pumpkin
Location/Presentation/Structure
We fished offshore points and ledges from the mouth of Sweetwater Hollow to Scotties Cove. All fish were caught in the 15-20 foot depth range.
Fishing Notes

It took us awhile to get it going this morning. Once we did though, it was game over. We found probably some of the biggest schools of bass I have seen this year. These schools were massive. Things changed today though. This is the first time the wind has blown in what seems like the last couple of weeks. Not only were the fish active, they were positioned on the bottom just like I like them. This caused the flutter spoon bite to go away a bit. When they were suspended, it was the ticket. Now that the current has them pushed to the bottom, we got bites and got some big bites but it wasn’t near as fast and furious as it has been.

Our best bite today came on a 4inch pearl blue Mega Bass swim bait on a 1/2 oz swimbait head. That was closely followed by the Motley Tungsten football jig in green pumpkin camo.

We fished and graphed until 11:30 or so before we found a group of fish willing to eat. Our best bite came on the main lake today. We fished underwater points from 15-20 feet of water. With the wind blowing the way it was, we found fish on the wind protected side of every point. Once again, these schools were big but they were in a very small, specific area. We graphed the points to death before we found them. Once we did though, hang on because it was the first cast every time and the next cast from the swimbait or spoon would get drilled. It was an epic day.

With the wind supposed to be blowing the same way tomorrow, really focus of the sides of the points not getting hit directly by the south wind. Once we figured out that’s where they were sitting, we really could have put a hurting on these fish today. My group today didn’t want to beat the fish up to bad today so we would catch 1 or 2 and leave. If we wanted to today though, we could have absolutely drilled these fish. I’m talking fish numbers pushing 100. Today was insane once we figured out what was going on. Every day is different; If you are on fish, those fish are going to stay close. You just have to look for them. They will be close. Tomorrow could and probably will be different. They will be close though. I would start by looking on the wind protected side of the underwater points. If anyone has any questions or wants clarification about what in the heck is an underwater point, send me an email in the contact us tab and ask an expert. I will get back to you ASAP.

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