Lake Blackshear Fishing Report – December 2006

GON Staff | November 22, 2006

Blackshear: Level: 3.4 feet below full pool. Temp: Low 60 degrees. Clarity: Clear.

Bass: Fair. Clint Brownlee and Jerry Gray won the Blackshear Buddies tournament November 18 with three fish that weighed 14-lbs., 14-oz. The winning catch was anchored with an 8-pounder. The report was that two of the fish hit small crankbaits fished around docks and the other was caught on a crankbait near a cypress tree. This time of year, spinnerbaits, flukes and small crankbaits around lone cypress trees and around deeper boat docks is usually an effective pattern. Blackshear is extremely low and running the lake very dangerous, said Ernie.

Crappie: Fair. Fishing was better before the lake level dropped, said Rusty Parker. Fishing should also improve with a stable lake level. Look for fish in big solitary trees or brushpiles near deep water or around bridge pilings.

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