~ FISHING REPORT ~
Broken Bow Lake is 10 feet below normal with the water temps in the upper 60 degree range.
Fall fishing is in full swing now. The very warm fall has the bite later than normal but it is also setting up for excellent fishing in December.
With the water temps above average for this time of year and the lake being extremely low, bass fishing is still good, but the fish are scattered. However, they are still catchable if you know where and what to look for.
Largemouth and Spotted bass:
Begin looking for these species of bass around deep creek channel and river channel bluff ends, walls, and channel swings.
Finesse fishing is key right now. Small finesse worms rigged on a shakey head or drop shot will get you the most consistent bite each day.
Depths can range from 12-25 feet of water. Good choices of colors for your finesse rigged worms are watermelon purple, green pumpkin, and cotton candy.
As always, in the fall look for baitfish, either on the surface, or with your electronics. Find the shad and you will find the fish!
As fishing continues to improve I will update my report.
If you are interested in fishing a beautiful fishery just call, text or email me for possible open dates!
Also, take advantage of the 10% discount special I am running on gift certificates this month!
If you have any questions, feel free to call: