Kentucky Lake & Lake Barkley Fishing Reports
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Whether you are heading out for a brisk February afternoon of fishing for crappie and black bass or enjoying a late-summer evening of bluegill fishing, our Kentucky Lake fishing reports give you what you need to know.
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For May 25, 2022
Kentucky Lake’s fishing scene is holding up well despite a few hurdles from Mother Nature in the form of high winds and some thunderstorms earlier this week. May generally has a reputation for stable weather but the last week or so anglers faced high winds several days that were reminiscent of March. The week started off in the aftermath of a cold front that had a fall feel Monday as fishermen were donning hooded sweatshirts and ... Continue Reading...
For May 24, 2022
Hey Folks from the Excel Storm Cat 230. Last week and the beginning of this week are being brought to you by your local weather person. Sunshine, then rain, then wind, then more wind, then more rain... You get the picture. No wonder the lakes look deserted on many weekdays. With the conditions changing every day, it had to finally catch up with the fishing. We had three amazing days last week followed by a wind-blown cancellation then a ... Continue Reading...
For May 15, 2022
Hello from Kentucky Lake! Since I last checked in we have had - what I consider - a windy of an April as I can remember. Cold front after cold front saw winds howling out of the south, to howling out of the north. This pushed myself and many other anglers from being able to fish where I wanted to fishing where I could. This gave me the opportunity to find new places to look and find fish. Some days I was successful, while other days I was ... Continue Reading...
For May 9, 2022
The largemouth bass spawn has been well underway as they started on or about April 21 or 22. So far, since the spawn has started, I have been out every day except for one. The bass fishing has been really good. The spawning period lasts about one month and is usually over by about the middle of May. If the water level is at normal pool my preference is to use a weightless trick worm. This year I am using black and sometimes pink. Alabama ... Continue Reading...
For April 13, 2022
From the Deck of the Kick'n Bass Pontoon Where is spring? The weather has been cold, wet and windy most days. But the forecast looks to be improving! The wind has pushed me off the lake a couple times but fish are there to catch. Boat control can be a problem when the gusts get high so knowing how to control the pontoon is very important. We have been catching crappies, yellow bass and some keeper largemouth. Let’s hope that wind dies ... Continue Reading...
For March 23, 2022
This spring has started off with some less than ideal weather and water conditions. Two weeks ago we had water levels 4 feet above winter pool. Then this week we were back down 4 feet to just above winter pool. This on top of stained to muddy water color has sure made for some challenging fishing. As I write this it's raining again. With all these conditions the fishing has been pretty darn good. I've fished all three major bays - Johnathon ... Continue Reading...
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