November / 2014
Great day crappie fishing Daryl Newport and Danny Richard
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LATE FALL FISHING
Late fall fishing has improved a bit this week for Kentucky Lake anglers
as temperatures have moderated the last week or so and have even been
above average a few days. At midweek some calm days allowed nice fishing
conditions for bass and crappie anglers and the weekend weather forecast
indicates mild temperatures will linger for several days.
Surface temps are running in the 48-49 degree range. Lake levels are up
slightly from last week at this time and will be in the 355.3 range at
Kentucky Dam and 355.5 upstream in the New Johnsonville area. Water
color is still pretty clear across the reservoir.
A few crappie are coming from 9 to 14 foot stakebeds and bass anglers
continue to pound gravel banks and points with cranbaits and jig and
Also check out our past:
Kentucky Lake Fishing Reports
Steve McCadams is one of the nation's best known Crappie Fishermen
and a full time resident of Paris, Tennessee. Steve is also a
professional hunting and fishing guide here in the Paris Landing area.