Lake Skinner Fish Report – 4/9/17

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  • The water temperature is 65 degrees.

    Striper: Medium action. Strong flow from the Inlet has made this the striper hangout. They can be caught on various types of bait; shad, anchovies, and chicken liver.

    Bluegill: Medium to slow action. Bluegill are starting to get active, but anglers must have patience. Try using redworms, waxworms and Rapalas over near Launch Ramp 1 across from the Marina.

    Catfish: Slow action. Not much action on catfish this past week, it’s still too cold. Try using chicken livers, anchovies, and garlic shrimp.

    Largemouth Bass: Medium action. Some nice size bass were caught this last week. Good action in all of the coves, near the reeds.

    Trout: Slow action. The last trout plant of the season was on March 22nd. Trout have really slowed down but can still be caught using nightcrawlers and Powerbait over by Launch Ramp 2.

    Carp: High action. Fun for the kiddos to catch! Use your favorite carp dough balls, along the banks near Launch Ramp 1 at the peak.

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