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September 19th Main Lake Water Temp. 75 Degrees
The Lake elevation is 3783.69 and the storage is 181,700 acre feet. The Main Lake is clear.
Fishing pressure was light this week so there weren't a lot of reports.
Walleye-There are some Walleye moving shallower. We have caught some in 8 to 12 Feet of water on Heads and Tails, Curly Tail Grubs and even a couple on Crankbaits. You will also catch some vertical jigging as deep as 40 feet, so they are still scattered, but at least there is a bite.
Bass-It was pretty tough this week. Topwater is producing some fish, especially early in the day. Other wise, soft plastics are working fished around grass near the reeds and brush. Rick Jones and Randy Wright sent us picture of a really nice string of Smallmouth caught Saturday morning.
The 26th Annual Ute Lake Open Team Tournament is coming up on Oct. 7th and 8th. 1st place is guaranteed $1000.00 and the entry fee is $100.00 per team. The boaters meeting will be at the American Legoin Bingo Hall at 7:00 PM Friday, Oct. 6th. For more information contact Calvin Liles-575-403-6161.
White Bass-They were hard to find this week for most folks.
Catfish-We had a few good reports on Cats this week.
Until next week,
TIGHT LINES AND GOOD FISHING!
Ben and Kathy
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