Lake Jackson Fishing Report August 2014
Jackson: Level: Full pool. Temp: 87-90 degrees. Clarity: Some stain in the rivers; mostly clear on the main lake.
Bass: Fair. Tournament pro Aaron Batson reports, “At daylight there’s been very little topwater action. Try a Pop-R or a Sammy. You can still run main-lake humps and points with Texas-rigged worms and jigs. The best bite is after dark. To catch spots, downsize to a small worm fished on a Net Boy Baits 1/4-oz. Screwball jig heads and fish rocks near the dam. You can find a few magnum spots slow-rolling a dark-colored Ol’Nelle spinnerbait over brushed-up and rocky ledges, points and humps. A big black Ol’Nelle buzzbait can also catch a few nice largemouths after midnight also.”
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