Stockton Lake

Bennett’s Stock Lake fishing report, March 15

Posted by Phil Lilley on March 16th, 2014
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Lake is about .80 foot high and the water temp ranges from 40 at the dam to 52 up the rivers. Most of the water is clear to normal.

The whites have started making their run up the rivers. several reports of mainly smaller whites have been coming in. most of the fish are hitting on white grubs in the creeks and feeder creeks, as well as up the river arms.

The crappie can be found on the main lake under schools of shad and up the rivers along prestage banks, points and channel drops. they are hitting minnows, jigs, and some of the deeper fish are still hitting jigging raps

The walleye are starting to hit the jerk baits. Fish main lake points from the twin bridges north to the dam. Had 3 keepers last night from dark until hour 9 and missed a 4th. all of the fish were over 18″. the bite was very light , but once you set the hook you knew it was there.

If you have any questions, feel free to give me a call at 417-637-BASS. If you are wanting to book a spawning walleye trip, do it fast because the bite is here and I am getting pretty booked up. Good luck on the lake and be careful!!

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