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April 16th Main Lake Water Temp. 55 Degrees
The Lake elevation is 3783.82. Storage is 182,600 acre ft.
The Main Lake is clear.
The weather wasn't kind to us this week. We had high winds and a strong cold front so the fishing pressure was very light.
Fishing the area at, or near the dam with Jerkbaits, Swim Baits, or Jigs tipped with Live Minnows late in the afternoon is producing some good numbers of Walleye.
There were only a few reports on White Bass, trolling is still the best option.
The Catfish bite is fair, most are using Live Nightcrawlers and fishing 4 to 8 feet of water.
Crappie are still pretty slow but should be starting to come up soon.
Smallmouth are starting to stage on points leading into the coves. The Largemouth seem to be in the dirtier, warmer water in Ute Creek and the upper Canadian. Jigs with Craw trailers, Senko style baits, Spinnerbaits, and shallow Crankbaits all have produced some Bass.
The weather forecast for the upcoming weekend is better so I hope you have a chance to hit the Lake and "Get Bit"!
Until next week,
TIGHT LINES, GOOD FISHING, AND "MAKE 'EM BITE"!
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