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Aberdeen Lake - 11/24/2014


Fishing on the lake is still slow due to the “muddy” conditions that are still lingering from last week. Cold, muddy water is hard to fish regardless of species. The crappie reports are fair. Crappie are holding around woody cover next to deep water. The best places have been the old river runs where the shad are grouped up. Try to look for some clean water as it may produce more bites than the muddy water. Try either shad colored jigs or dark/bright contrasting colored jigs for best results. The bass reports are slow. Like crappie, look for active shad and the bass aren’t far away. Best baits have been shallow square-billed crankbaits, white and chartreuse spinnerbaits, and t-rigged creature baits fished close to cover. The riprap at the upper end of the lake will probably be the easiest place on the lake to get bit as it doesn’t muddy up quite as bad as below the mouth of the old Tombigbee River. Anglers are throwing crankbaits, spinnerbaits, A-rigs and shakeyheads for their fish. The catfish bite is fair. Most anglers are hitting the old river runs and also the Tombigbee River itself.  Shad and cutbait are best baits right now. The action will probably be slow, but some quality fish can be had.



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