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Cordell Hull Reservoir Fishing Reports

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By Seamus on 5/1/2024 6:02:32 PM • Views (13)
The last 2 months have offered some of the best fishing of the year! As the bass moved up to spawn we caught hundreds of pre-spawn bass in 2 to 5ft of water on topwater baits rattle traps and chatterbaits. Our guides had strong tournament finishes from second to sixth place. The crappie were also […] The post March and April Reports appeared first...

By Seamus on 3/7/2024 4:46:33 PM • Views (32)
Although it was very cold January and February offered some of the best fishing of the year! Fishing with Alabama Rig we caught three to five pound largemouths and smallmouths consistently week to week. The bass love concentrating in 10 to 20ft on points humps and ledges. The water temperature ranged in the low 40s […] The post Jan & Feb Fishing R...

By Seamus on 12/30/2023 7:37:05 PM • Views (41)
November and December were great for fishing with our clients! After the cooler temperatures moved in the crappie have been very active in deep water 20ft – 45ft and the bass have been moving out into 8ft – 20ft. Jerkbaits Alabama rigs and swimbaits have been successful! Lastly the hybrid have been offering action pack […] The post Nov & Dec Fishi...

By Seamus on 11/5/2023 8:54:11 AM • Views (29)
September and October were big transitional months. During September the fishing was tougher than normal. We used live minnows to catch crappie in brushpiles in 10 to 20ft of water. We continued with plastic worms and crankbaits for bass in 8 to 15ft of water. We had many successful trips in the heat but we’re […] The post Sept & Oct 2023 Fishing...

By Seamus on 9/13/2023 9:27:04 PM • Views (87)
It was definitely the hottest month of the year but the fishing did not slow down much at all. The bass stayed very active while the crappie slowed down just a little. Plastic worms were the ticket for the bass and live minnows were successful for the crappie! Even though it was hot…..we were still […] The post August 2023 Fishing Report appeared...

By Seamus on 8/9/2023 9:45:23 PM • Views (65)
July is always the beginning of the dog days of summer but unlike many years the fishing did not slow down a bit! We caught thousands of fishing and had near one hundred memorable trips! The post July 2023 Fishing Report appeared first on Brian Carper Fishing Guides.

By Seamus on 7/7/2023 3:53:21 PM • Views (48)
June was a spectacular month of fishing! The bass and crappie were very active deeper in 8ft-20ft.  Deep crankbaits and plastic worms were our most productive lures for bass whe live minnows dominating the crappie.  We love making memories with our clients! The post June 2023 Fishing Report appeared first on Brian Carper Fishing Guides.

By Seamus on 6/21/2023 10:26:59 PM • Views (69)
May was a phenomenal month for fishing! Bass crappie and hybrid were on fire. As the temperature warmed up the fish moved out deeper and began feeding for the summer.  The end of spring is always a great time for fishing! Come make memories with us! The post May 2023 Fishing Report appeared first on Brian Carper Fishing Guides.

By Seamus on 5/15/2023 8:29:11 PM • Views (90)
Although we had tons of wind April was a good month for BCGS! The crappie moved up shallow at the beginning of April and we were able to catch stringers of crappie from two to five feet of water. At the same time the bass moved up shallow and we were catching large quality and […] The post April 2023 Fishing Report appeared first on Brian Carper F...

By Gunlakeman84 on 5/12/2023 8:11:27 AM • Views (191)
the largemouth bass and spotted bass are biting very well right now in certain areas away from the taller bluffs in 3-10 ft of water make sure to use garlic scent and plastics

By Seamus on 4/6/2023 10:10:06 PM • Views (55)
The last 4 weeks the crappie have been on FIRE!  We have been catching hundreds of slabs in 2ft-5ft on jigs and minnows around stumps and isolated wood.  The spawn has been in full swing and is now halfway through! The bass were shallow as well.  We caught many quality bass in 1ft-5ft on topwater […] The post March 2023 Fishing Report appeared fir...

By Seamus on 3/10/2023 10:47:17 PM • Views (45)
If you thought January was active….February blew it away.   Bass were chomping 10-20ft on Alabama rigs crappie were biting well in 30-50ft on Crappie Magnets and Hybrids were suspended in the channel in 15-25ft!    Book your trip today at www.briancarper.com The post February 2023 Fishing Report appeared first on Brian Carper Fishing Guides.

By Seamus on 3/10/2023 10:33:23 PM • Views (45)
January was a phenomenal month! Bass crappie and hybrids were on fire! Fishing in 8-20ft is where the majority of the fish were holding! The post January 2023 Fishing Report appeared first on Brian Carper Fishing Guides.

By Seamus on 1/2/2023 5:11:17 PM • Views (63)
NASHVILLE Tenn. (WKRN) — A woman celebrating her 35th wedding anniversary with a fishing excursion on J. Percy Priest Lake last weekend pulled in a lucky catch of her own.

By Seamus on 1/1/2023 5:14:56 PM • Views (37)
After inconsistent temperatures the cold air finally moved in! We have had an amazing bite for crappie and hybrids! The largemouth and smallmouth bass fishing has been ok but they have not set into their winter patterns just yet. All three species we have been catching in 20-60ft of water!

By Seamus on 1/1/2023 5:06:38 PM • Views (30)
As the water temperature dropped with the cooler nights both bass and crappie started migrating shallow. Rattle traps crankbaits and spinnerbaits were productive in shallow water around boulder rocks and isolated wood. The crappie also moved shallow into 8-12ft brushpiles. Minnows were the most productive for us. Lastly the hybrids began schooling...

By Seamus on 11/14/2022 8:50:55 PM • Views (84)
October was a fun month! Wind blown pockets and coves with shad offered exciting bass fishing action!  As the water level dropped the quality bass moved aggressively into shallow water and hugged boulder rocks in hunt for crawfish and shad. The crappie fishing was good as well!  Livebait and jigs(finally) in orange/chartreuse near brushpiles 8-22ft...

By Seamus on 10/20/2022 9:58:49 PM • Views (65)
Another hot month has come and gone! Although we had to fight the heat each day the crappie and bass kept us entertained while making memories. Like previous months the crappie were biting in brushpiles in 12ft-22ft. Livebait and jigs were both productive however livebait dominated when it came to most bites. The bass continued […]

By Seamus on 9/3/2022 12:51:25 PM • Views (99)
The last few weeks the fishing has been pretty good. We have had some tough days in the August heat but we have had many active days as well!  The bass have been biting on topwater baits early in the morning and soft plastics mid day! The upper end of the lake has been the […]

By Seamus on 8/8/2022 5:23:26 PM • Views (107)
July was a great month for BCGS and our customers. The crappie have been biting well on the upper end of the lake in 10ft-14ft while the lower end has been pumping out the largest crappie in 20ft-22ft. Live minnows have been the best producers 2ft-4ft off the bottom in brushpiles.   The bass have been […]

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