Bull Shoals Lake

Worley’s fishing report, April 9, 2012

Posted by Mike Worley on April 9th, 2012
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Lake level is 656 (2 foot above power pool) and dropping fast with 8 units running 24/7 at the dam. Water temp is mid 60’s. The water is muddy on the upper end of the lake but much clearer from point 11 to the dam. The bite has picked up in the clearer water with walleyes, bass, catfish & large bluegills biting on nightcrawlers fished in 10′-20′ on bottom bouncers or split shot rigs durring the daylight hours. Stickbaits are catching walleyes & bass in the evenings and at night. White bass are schooling and blowing up in the larger bays and creek arms mostly in the evenings. Bass can be caught on top water baits in the morning and on carolina rigged lizzards & other soft plastics in bedding areas.

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