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Old 10-17-2005, 02:42 PM
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Greers Ferry: As of Wednesday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake?s elevation at 452.54 feet MSL.

Shiloh Marina said the lake is clear and about 81/2 feet below normal pool. Catfishing has been good on jugs and trotlines baited with blood bait, stink bait, worms or chicken livers. Kentucky and smallmouth bass are gathering around primary lake points in 10 to 20 feet of water. White bass and hybrids are schooling on both sides of Edgemont Bridge.

Tommy Cauley of Fish Finder Guide Service said the water level at Greers Ferry is at 452.62 and falling. The water temperature is 74 degrees at mid-day. The fishing will be great here until the water temp gets below 60 degrees. The hybrid and white bass fishing is great. On a trip last Saturday, 49 whites and hybrids were caught in 21/2 hours on silver jigging spoons when the sun was out and white when it got cloudy. Horsehead jigs with stub tail grubs are working when the fish are not very active, along with Rinky Dinks, when they are really active. Cotton Cordells Gay Blade and Berkleys Blade Dancer and can be caught all over the lake right now. The crappie and bream can be caught with minnows and crickets as well as worms and jigs up shallow out to 20 feet. The walleye have gotten more active and are heading toward their staging areas. They can be caught with Wally Divers and deep diving Rebel Minnows as well as leeches and minnows trolled 18 to 33 feet deep. A trolled Rite Bite 4-inch Cinko will also work well. The bass fishing is exploding right now. The fish can be caught on top with plugs and buzzbaits as well as spinnerbaits in and around the standing timber and on Carolina rigs, jigs and grubs on primary and secondary points. Dropshot rigs worked around brush or laydowns are working well. This time of year, the fish will really relate to wood. Right Bite Cinkos and Right Bite Frogs are working wonders out in open water. The Rite Bite Hoo Daddy and Beaver Craw are also working wonders with the crawdads being on the move.
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Greers Ferry: As of Wednesday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake?s elevation at 452.11 feet MSL.

Shiloh Marina said white bass and hybrids have been biting well on The Secret Weapon near Edgemont Bay.

Tommy Cauley of Fish Finder Guide Service said the water temp is in the high 60's, increasing to the low-70's by mid-day. The fishing has picked up considerably with fish coming up from the deep flats and early staging areas. The best bait for walleye seems to be nightcrawlers and minnows on bottom bouncers. Wally Divers and Spoonbill Rebels are also working when trolled with clip-on line weights. Black bass are still in transition and are changing day-to-day. You can chase them shallow with crankbait, buzzbait, spinnerbait or top-water lure, or go deep with a Carolina rig. Catfishing continues to be superb both shallow and deep. The crappie fishing and bream fishing have improved dramatically, with various baits working shallow to deep, as they are also in transition. The hybrid and white bass fishing is fantastic. They can be caught anywhere from 1 to 80 feet deep on in-line spinners, jigging spoons, grubs, hair jigs and live shad. Kidney Cove, Point One and Dugger Hollow are the best places to start fishing.

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agfc-fishing Weekly Fishing Report for November 2, 2005Greers Ferry: As of Wednesday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake?s elevation at 452.00 feet MSL.

Tommy Cauley of Fish Finder Guide Service said the water level at Greers Ferry is a little lower than 9 feet below normal pool and falling. The walleye are biting pretty well on jigging spoons and leeches in 30 to 40 feet on the main lake flats and main and secondary points. Hybrid fishing will stabilize again with a little constant weather. Hog Sticks, Chug Bugs, jigging spoons and inline spinners will be hot wherever you can find the baitfish.
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Greers Ferry: As of Wednesday, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers reports the lake?s elevation at 451.07 feet MSL.
The hybrid and white bass fishing is good if you can stay on the shad. Follow the birds around and stay up with them, and you can catch some good action around 50 feet deep on spoons, in-line spinners, swim baits and jigs tipped with minnows. Black bass can be caught on channel swings, chunk rock banks and secondary points. Crankbaits and spinnerbaits are working well during overcast days. On sunny days, they will be around 25-45 feet deep and can be caught with grubs and spider jigs on football heads crawled on the bottom and Carolina-rigged finesse baits and craw worms. Crappie are still biting well, but are a little deeper now. Most are holding around 25-35 feet deep and can be caught on small spoons, jigs and minnows. You can also pick up a few good bream at the same depth. Walleye are not biting well but should get better with stable water temperatures and warmer days.
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