November 24, 2010
Air Temperature: Low 48, High 63
Water Temperature: Low 53, High 56
Water Elevation: 355' (354 Winter Pool)
Seeing as how tomorrow is Thanksgiving...I'd like to send out a great big THANK YOU to all the wonderful people who've shared time with me on Kentucky Lake. I've immensely enjoyed our fish catching experiences. Thank you again!!!
Tha Bass and Crappie are starting to feed with that sense of urgency that winter is just around the corner. If you can catch a decent weather day, the fish catching is still good.
To view pictures of recent catches, visit my web site at www.CaptainKirksGuideService.com
Notes on Action: Good action lately with more rain on Smallmouth and Largemouths.
What to Use: Jerk baits, medium crankbaits, jigs, spoons, and blade baits are producing.
Where to Fish: I've caught them as deep as 25' and as shallow as 1'. With the rain lately, it's been better shallow.
Notes on Action: Today I pulled my boat out of the garage, trailered one mile and was back home 1 1/2 hours later with six slab Crappies for dinner.
What to Use: I'm getting good results with 1/16 to 3/32 oz jigs with Bobby Garland Baby Shads and 2 1/2 inch curly tails. Blue pearl and glow green chartreuse are working.
Where to fish: On warm, rainy days like today, you can catch the Blacks 2' to 3' deep along deeper rocky banks with wood. Most of my White Crappie are coming18' to 20' deep on ledges. Shallower gravel bars at the mouths of bays are a great place when there is current.
If you're looking for that perfect Christmas gift for that special someone, you might consider a gift certificate for a days fishing on KY Lake or maybe a subscription to "In-Fisherman" magazine! Contact me at 877-354-6017.
Captain Kirk, out!