Richland Chambers Bass Fishing Report August 6, 2000

Water Color: Stained Depth: 6 in below normal Water Temp: 82.3 to 84.9 Forecast: Sunny high of 102 winds 5 to 15 mphs Boat Ramp: Oak Cove Marina Black Bass: with the winds out of the Southwest all day it makes it real tough to work the main lake points and humps that hold fish this time of year. But in the morning the top water bite pretty fair, Fish being caught on Pop-R’s (White/Black back), Slug-Go’s (Red Shad) and buzzbaits (White). Getting out of the wind is the toughest thing to do. A couple good places are Prairie Creek, Goat Point, and Blue House Point. Note all the fish where caught from 6am to 9:30 am. I also was using Bangs Garlic & and the pure Bang. Always if you can use some kind of fish attracted if you can because it really works. Crappie: No Report Sand Bass: No Report Catfish: No Report I just like to say Thank You to the fine folks at Oak Cove Marina, my Sponsors, Lamiglas Rods, Lunker City, Berkley, Spiderwire, Spidercast and Minn-Kota, Gambler/Bang lure and Ranger Boats. Please Practice Catch and Release Thank you Steve Schmidt Tight Lines & Good Fishing Schmidt’s Big Bass Guide Service 817-468-2671 hm 817-929-0675 cell 972-923-6649 office bigbass@hpnc.com www.schmidtsbigbass.com

Water Temp: 82/84

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