Bartletts Ferry Fishing Report February 2014
Bartletts Ferry: Level: 1.1 feet below full pool. Temp: 44-47 degrees. Clarity: Stained.
Bass: “Fishing is better than you might think,” says Dennis Hudson. “Most of the bass are being caught on jigs around piers. Brown jigs with a blue trailer seem to be catching the most bass on the sunny side of docks around the outer poles. Some fishermen are catching bass in the pockets by fishing a medium-running square-bill crankbait in about 4 feet of water. They are catching those on sunny days when the bass are suspending off the bottom a little and sunning themselves. Any crankbait that has chartreuse on somewhere is catching them. On the cloudy days, some folks are catching bass by bouncing jigs out on the river rocks, but that’s pretty tough fishing.”
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