Bass fishing is fair to good. Water temps are still in the upper 60's and bass have started their move to shallower water for the fall. Soft plastics have been producing fish. The crank bait bite has is starting to get going. As we continue to have cooler nights and water temps are staring to come down the crankbait and spinner bait bite will continue to get better.
Flathead catfish have been moving up as well and the flat heads are starting to become more aggressive and easier to catch.
Bluegill, sunfish and rock bass are fairly shallow as well. They are relating to the bottom in 2 to 12 feet of water. best bet to catch these fish is night crawlers and crickets.
If you would like more information on tackle and rods that you may need for a successful fishing trip here at Calm Waters Resort please give us a call at 417-338-8963.