Lake Jackson Fishing Report – March 2007
GON Staff | February 27, 2007
Jackson: Level: 3.8 feet low. Temp: 50 degrees. Clarity: Stained.
Bass: Great. Aaron Batson had five on Monday that went 21 pounds. “We only had six keepers,” said Aaron. “We were primarily flipping jigs on rocks in eight to 10 feet of water. It had to be close to deep water.” Aaron was fishing a new jig made by Josh Kelly. “When the water gets in the mid-50s, Aaron throws a spinnerbait around any sort of shallow wood. “The trick is to slow-roll it; one of the biggest mistakes this time of year is people reel it too fast. A lot of big fish will pull shallow in the next seven to 10 days.” Mike Cleveland said he’d look for fish to pull into secondary points near spawning flats. “I throw an Ol-Nelle spinnerbait with double (gold) Colorado blades.” Mike likes a white/chartreuse skirt. “They’ll still hit a crankbait, like a Gulp, around rocks and wood,” said Mike.
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