My best friend Jack and I went to Taylorsville Lake this afternoon. The water was up about 6 inches. It was muddy around Van Buren and for about a half a mile into the main lake. The temperature was 73 to 75 degrees. The fish were scattered near the banks. This I thought was unusual because the lake has dropped 2.5 feet in the last 2 days. Usually when the water is dropping the fish leave the banks. We caught all our fish on crankbaits. Some of the fish were right on the bank in a foot of water and the rest were as deep as 5 to 8 feet. We caught them on wood, on rocks and some on very plain banks. We didn’t catch very many small fish, most were in the 10 to 14 inch class. We ended the day with 42 largemouth’s. A decent afternoon. It was great to spend the afternoon with Jack, since this was the first time in 2 years we have been able to fish together. I hope the report helps. Till the next report hope to see you on the water.
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