Lake Blue Ridge Fishing Report – November 2018
GON Staff | October 30, 2018
Blue Ridge: Level: 13.5 feet low. Temp: 66 degrees. Clarity: Clear.
Bass: Guide Eric Welch reports, “Fishing is starting to pick up. There is a little topwater action the first couple hours in the mornings. The baits I’ve been throwing is a KVD Splash, a Sexy Dawg Jr. and a Whopper Plooper. You can also catch fish swimming a 3.5-inch tube and a Strike King 2.75-inch Rage Swimmer. We’ve also been catching some on the double fluke rig. Once the topwater bite is over, watch your electronics for fish suspended and on the bottom, I’m using a drop shot with a 4-inch Roboworm and small Flex-it spoon. The water in the river is a couple degrees cooler. I’ve been targeting deep, rocky banks and river bends with a drop shot, Z-Man TRD and a 3.5-inch tube. There is also some fish being caught on the Alabama rig. As the water continues to drop, along with the water temp, the fishing is only going to get better. We will start throwing the Float-n-Fly by the end of the month. Good luck.”
Other Articles You Might Enjoy