Herald-Guide Outdoor Report
Fishiní in lake Cataouatche
|Photo by Ann Taylor|
Large-mouth bass fishing is in full spawn now since the water temperature has climbed up to 61 degrees. The large female bass will be on the beds and holding tight.
Although the spawning bass wonít be feeding aggresively yet, they will still be catchable, and can find larger females and male large-mouths on the standard spring patterns.
Saugers are coming off the spawn now and will be feeding aggressively in the lake flats and deep structure.
Catfish spawning is right around the corner, but baitfish are becoming more active - itís time to catch a bluegill and get the line in the water.
For more information on whatís biting in Lake Cataouatche, visit www.fishingnotes.com.
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