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WEEKLY AREA FISHING REPORT – DECEMBER 12, 2019

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WATTS BAR

Reservoir Conditions: The lake elevation is 737.49 feet. The water temperature is 51.6 degrees.

Crappie: Crappie are being caught while using jigs around docks, structure in open water, and deep blowdowns. Minnows or jigs are being used.

Bass: Bass are being caught in areas where shad can be found. Shallow bays, river flats, and points tend to be the areas anglers are targeting. Topwater lures, lipless baits, and squarebill crankbaits are being used.

Striped Bass: Striped bass are being caught on numerous lures in the lake and shad in the tailwater.

Walleye: Some walleye are being caught in the tailwater while using shad.

White Bass: A lot of white bass are being caught in the tailwater.

DALE HOLLOW

Reservoir Conditions: Fishing is good. The water temperature is 53 degrees and the lake is falling.

Smallmouth Bass: Lots of smallmouth are being caught on jigs and A-rigs while fishing points and channel banks in 15-35 feet of water.

Largemouth Bass: Several largemouth are being caught on A-rigs while fish are chasing shad in the creeks.

Crappie: A few crappie are being caught in the rivers while fishing minnows around laydown trees in 15 feet of water.

CENTER HILL

Reservoir Conditions: Fishing is very slow. The water temperature is 55 degrees and the lake is falling.

Smallmouth Bass: A few smallmouth are being caught on topwater baits early in the morning on points.

Spotted Bass: A few spotted bass are being caught while drop shotting on channel banks in 15-20 feet of water.

Crappie: A few crappie are being caught under docks with minnows in 10 feet of water.

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