OH Ivie Bass Fishing Report August 23, 2010

Fishing Report Lake OH IVIE TEXAS, Hope everyone is doing well I know we are battling the heat, But temps suppose to finally start to cool down sometime soon. The Fall fishing is not to far off now. We had a brutal winter and also a very HOT summer. I have been asked to please try to get in more lakes reports not only Ivie but a few others because I fish most of the surrounding lakes as well. That means anywhere there is water. But we will stick with the local area’s right now. Ivie is still holding true to form with lots of schooling action all over the lake. Any part of the lake is really good right now. Both the Concho And Colorado have some really good early morning bites and it doesnt take to long to long to see whats happening. The bass are finally on the surface chasing balls of shad up in the mornings , though if you do find a point or a flat next to deeper water they can hold there all day and more than not stay there for you. If the fish do stop feeding you can take a break or move to the next points or area. We have been throwing the Hags Tornadoes in Baby bass color, storm chaser, and also watermelon gold the new 6.5 size have really been going strong for myself. I had to put an order in for soft plastics which is very rare for me since I make alot of baits though The Hags Tornado worm has been very special. I do not really talk about others products but the Tornado series from the 4 inch to the eight inch can be fished any which way you can think of. Along with the topwater bite the grass beds in the main lake are full of fish. Casting baits in or around these areas can get some quality fish as well. Its been a great go to pattern but being persistent on which grass bed is holding is the key. The Toadslinger swimbaits I have been making also have produced some huge fish just off the edges of the grass and also the deeper ledges in the elm creek area. Bass Champs will be holding there 2010 Championship on Ivie again this year and the weights should be in the 30-40 pound sacks each day. and I would not be surprised with a few over 40+ pounds. Be careful on running the lake as it still has some trees just under the surface. And also some roadbeds on the flats near Leaday. Be safe on the water! If you would like please contact me for a trip to one of the best bass lakes in Texas. 432-664-6590 325-277-1130 Tad Box

Water Temp: 84

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