We finally decided to go and hunt for the bass that we have never seen in this lake. There are HUGE sunnies here at the deep end of the lake. This used to be a camp/swim club back in the day - there's a cement wall only at this end. We walked through the woods about 500 feet to the shallow end. I got a new lure for this occasion - HEDDON TORPEDO brown crawdad color - Well after 2 casts....we found the bass! There's a few small clumps of reeds and stuff, but no algae - and some lily pad areas and some tall green reeds - we had 9 attacks on the lure, from different spots! Only had 1 hook up, and he fell off on the retrieve. This lure attracts fish but, the hook is small and to close to the little propeller. There's not much room for the fish to bite - get hooked - i'm trying to find a bigger hook that won't affect the lure. We went back today - cut down a few trees and overhanging limbs for more room....and only got 2 hits on the same lure, it was a similar day as yesterday but no action! Oh well, that's fishing!
half the lake is clear of trees - the other half is very wooded, but there are a few spots that can be fished from. There's huge sunnies in here and some nice sized bass....not many people fish here, so it's quiet!
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