Lake Blackshear Fishing Report – November 2009
Blackshear: Level: Full pool. Temp: Low 70s. Clarity: Heavy stain.
Crappie: Fair. Rusty Parker said he’s caught some good messes of crappie shooting deep-water docks with an Old Reliable jig made by Micro Spoons. It’s a black/green/chartreuse jig. The best docks have been in 18 to 20 feet of water just off the main channel, and he said the farther back he could get his jig, the better. He’s also caught a few fish on isolated stumps in 15 to 18 feet of water with the same jig. He said the fish appear to be suspended at about 5 feet. This month, if the weather settles down into a few cool days in a row, he said the fish should move up into the sloughs and on the banks. Then it will be time to fish shallow cypress trees and stumps with a minnow under a cork. Rusty said to check in the back ends of places like Collins Branch, Smokehouse and Cedar Creek.
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