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Lake Jackson Fishing Report June 2019

GON Staff | May 28, 2019

Jackson: Level: Full pool. Temp: 78-84 degrees. Clarity: From stained to clear.

Bass: Tournament angler Brian Lee reports, “June can be a great month on Jackson, considering the boat traffic will be heavier than normal. At first light, start off with a 1/2-oz. buzzbait or a Spook along seawalls or visible cover on flats near deep water. Once the sun gets up, a Bandit 200 or 300 in crawfish colors can be the ticket. Fish the crankbait on long, rocky points and on deeper seawalls. A Carolina rig on humps, points and channel swings can produce fish as they start to make their way to deeper hideaways. Use your electronics to locate deeper fish over structure or on humps. A 3/8-oz. Fish Head Spin worked in these areas can be a deadly approach. If they don’t react to the Fish Head, a vertical approach using a drop shot can be dropped down on these fish. This approach takes some patience, but it is very effective. Look for the deeper bite to only get better next month as the dog days are here. Learn to become a deep water or offshore fisherman. Being very versatile can be the difference in having a fun day of catching or having a fun day in the sun.”

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