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Nov 19, 2015

Air Temperature: Low 35 High 57
Water Temperature: Low 58 High 60
Water Elevation: 355.3' ( 354' Winter pool)
Water Clarity: 1' to 3' visibility (a little dirty in places)

We've been enjoying some good Crappie action these past couple weeks. If you'd like to view pictures of recent catches, you can do so by clicking on my "Pictures" page. November can offer some great fishing on KY Lake if you can take a little less pleasant weather. Usually the bite holds up until Christmas so there's still time to get in on the action this year.

With Thanksgiving just a week away, I'd like to give a great big "Thank You" to everyone that fished with me this past year. We are taking bookings for next year at this time. If you have a specific date in mind don't wait too long, spring dates are getting scarce.

Thank You!!

Notes on Action: Catching the best numbers and largest size fish right now.
What to Use: Casting and vertical fishing 2 1/2" plastic swim baits. White, chartreuse, pink, lavender, blue, orange, and combinations are working.
Where to Fish: Catching them as shallow as 2' and as deep as 25' around wood. Fish are on the main lake and well back into the bays.

Notes on Action: Spurts of good action can be found.
What to Use: Spinner baits, blade baits, crankbaits, jigs, and soft plastics will all catch some.
Where to Fish: 6' to 8' on the main lake and in bays has been productive. With this recent rain, shallow in the backs of bays should be good.

Notes on Action: Catching quite a few small fish with a big one every now and then.
What to Use: 3" to 4" swim baits,
Where to Fish: 1' to 12' on mainlake and bay points.

Notes on Action: Still catching some good size fish.
What to Use: Spoons, spinners, blade baits, and swim baits.
Where to Fish: 6' to 8' flats at mouths of bays and backs of bays.

Notes on Action: Good action.
What to Use: Crappie jigs.
Where to Fish: Points and brush.

Notes on Action: Great action can be found on nice size, but not as big as spring fish.
What to Use: Wax worms, night crawlers, small jigs, and spoons will get 'em.
Where to Fish: Around cover 2' to 20' deep.

Notes on Action: Getting good action on 2 LB Blues.
What to Use: Crappie jigs, minnows, or night crawlers will get 'em.
Where to Fish: 10' to 25' deep on mainlake.

Thanks for reading my report. If you'd like to try some late fall/early winter fishing, or book a trip for next year, or get a gift certificate for that special someone call at 877-354-6017 or 270-354-6017 or email to

Happy Holidays to ya!
Captain Kirk out.

11442 US Hwy 68 East   Benton, KY  42025
270-354-6017 or 877-354-6017