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Lake Jackson Fishing Report July 2019

GON Staff | June 25, 2019

Jackson: Level: Full pool. Temp: Mid to high 80s. Clarity: Stained to clear.

Bass: Tournament angler Brian Lee reports, “July is always a busy month on Jackson, but that doesn’t stop the bass fishing from being great. Early mornings and late evenings may seem to be the best times to be on the water fishing, but midday can offer some good fishing, as well. Early morning topwater is the best presentation to catch fish. Running and gunning shady areas will draw strikes until the sun gets high. Once the sun is up, a Carolina-rigged lizard or Trick Worm on long points near deep water is what to throw. Humps will hold bass as they have made their way to their summer hideaways. Electronics are a big key to locating bass offshore on humps, ledges and drop-offs. These will be the key areas to check out for bass for the next two months. Early mornings will be your best bet to catch a good bag of bass.”

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