I went to the Kentucky River just east of Nicholasville. The river is very dingy, but clearing fast. The river water temp was 66 degrees. I fished three creeks Paints Lick Creek, Sugar Creek and Silver Creek. It was rough. The creeks temperature was from 68 to 73 degrees and the bass are bedding. The creeks are very clear you can see the bottom at 5 feet. Most of the fish I caught were Kentucky Bass. I will say they were nice size from 12 to 14 inches. I caught most on white flukes. They were near the banks around logs. You had to fish them fast to get a bite. When they did bite I didn’t lose but a couple of fish. The largemouth I caught were small except 1 and it was about 3 lbs. I saw some nice fish on the nest, but couldn’t get them to bite. If we don’t get allot of rain I hope to fish Elkhorn Friday or Saturday. Till the next report hope to see you on the water.
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