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Bass Fishing Report; Kentucky and Barkley Lakes; 4/5/09
Captain Kirks Guide Service

May 8, 2008

Air Temp: Low 53 /High 72

Water Temp: Low 57 /High 59

Water Elevation: 359.3’ (359’ is Summer Pool)

Water Clarity: Fairly Clear 3ft visibility


Now is a great time for anglers new to the lake to come. Tie a crank bait, rattletrap, spinner bait, soft plastic, or jig on your line and cast the shoreline…you will catch bass! Most fish will be 12” to 14” but you’ll occasionally get a 4Lb to 8Lb fish to keep you on your toes. I’ve noticed the larger fish usually like a “roof over their heads” (under a log, on a deeper point, in a brush pile, inside or beside cover).


You can view pictures of recent catches at www.captainkirksguideservice.com

I’m mostly booked April and May but have plenty of June dates available. Call now to book a trip for the best “Big Bass’ fishing of the year.

See ya on the Water!

Capt Kirk, out!
 

 

 

Thanks,

Julie "First Mate" Weber
Captain Kirk's Guide Service
www.captainkirksguideservice.com
270-354-6017