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FISHING CONDITIONS FOR WATTS BAR – AUGUST 2, 2018

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Here is the fishing report for Watts Bar for August 2, 2018:

Reservoir Conditions: Normal summer elevation: 740.5 feet. Normal winter elevation: 736.0 feet. Current elevation: 740.74 feet. The water surface temperature is in the mid 80’s.

Largemouth Bass: Fish deep structure adjacent to the main lake or in the main lake. Plastic worms and crankbaits are the best baits to use.

Smallmouth Bass: Most fish are being caught along the rocky banks primarily at night in the main channel.

Crappie: Easiest, most comfortable, and best way to catch crappie is fishing at night while using minnows under lights.

Catfish: Use anything meaty. A lot of fish are being caught. Current increases the odds of good catches.

Walleye: No observations.

Striped Bass: Shad is the best bait. Not a great number of fish are being caught. The Clinch may be better than the tailwaters below Ft. Loudon Dam.

White Bass: Some breaking fish can be found in the mid lake especially late in the day. Use spoons, roostertails, or topwater. Mid lake humps and ledges have fish that can be caught deep while using heavy spinner type lures.

Bluegill/Shellcracker: Fish river bluff walls with crickets or worms.


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