Bartletts Ferry Fishing Report – June 2024

GON Staff | May 29, 2024

Bartletts Ferry: Level: 0.8 feet below 521. Temp: Upper 70s to low 80s. Clarity: Some stain in the river. The creeks are muddy, except for Halawakee, which is mostly clear.

Bass: Tournament angler Tyler Morgan, with Summerland Outdoors, reports that the mayfly hatch will provide a good bite if you find one, but that changes day to day, mostly based on rainfall. “After a rain, look for them on steep, rocky banks with overhanging brush on the main river. Fish a popper or a jig around them. The Untamed Tackle Ace Jig in the donk color is a great bluegill imitator. Bass will also hit a bluegill-colored 1.5 crankbait. Without mayflies, try a frog in main river grassbeds early, then flip docks with the donk-colored Ace Jig for largemouth. Spots will hit a jig, shaky head or crankbait on main-river rock cover. Current helps the bite in grassbeds and around wood cover, too.”

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