Lake Oconee Fishing Report – June 2010
Oconee: Level: 1 foot above full pool. Temp: 77 to 82 degrees. Clarity: Clear on the south end; stained from mid-lake up and in the pockets.
Bass: Good. Mike Cleveland said you can catch all the 2- to 2 1/2-lb. fish you want right now, but the bigger fish have been hard to find. In the morning, start off fishing topwater around seawalls with a buzzbait or a Pop-R. This bite can last up to about 11 a.m. on the shady seawalls. Once the topwater bite shuts off, go to flipping main-lake docks. The fish have been as shallow as 2 feet and out to 10 feet on the ends of the docks. Mike likes flipping a 3/16-oz. Texas rig, either an Ol Monster or a Mag II in junebug and green pumpkin. He also said you can catch a bunch of barely keeper fish deep on the points and humps. They’ll hit a Carolina-rigged finesse worm or Trick Worm in junebug or green pumpkin.
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