Lake Jackson Fishing Report November 2015
Jackson: Level: 0.7 feet above full pool. Temp: 68-70 degrees. Clarity: Slightly stained in the river to clear on the main lake toward the dam.
Bass: Keith Dawkins reports, “November has always been one of the best months on Jackson. The baitfish are beginning to move into the creeks and pockets. Fish topwater early in the month keeping an eye out for schooling spots and hybrids. Rapala Skitter Props, X-Rap Props and Zara Spooks in shad colors have been working on the schooling fish and next to any cover on shallow humps and in the pockets. If it is overcast, keep one or more of these tied on all day. Another strategy will be to work the shallow rocky points and move back into pockets with 1/4-oz. double willowleaf spinnerbaits in white with gold or white blades. Also, fish an A-rig with small baits as the bass will be on the move early in the month. As the water cools toward the end of the month, hit docks and rocks with a 1/2-oz. 3/4-oz. jig and craw trailer pitched tight to the cover. The fish also start to tighten up in ditches and deeper drops later in the month as we head toward December. You can target these fish using your electronics and jigging spoons or Fish Head Spins.”
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