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Fishing Lake Camanche This Week Feb 10
Today I had the privilege of jumping in the boat with George and Jessie West at Camanche￼￼￼.We had about four hours to fish and it turned out to be a challenging fishing day.
We had blue bird sky with no wind and 6’ to 10’ visibility. The he surface temperature￼ was at 53 degrees ￼and the lake outflow was at 330 CFS and the inflow was at 240CFS. It was pretty tuff fishing for us but we managed to catch 7 fish. All of the fish we ￼￼￼did catch were related to vertical breaks.
What that means is if you'refishing an island￼￼￼ top and the top of the island is in 20‘ and one side drops straight off to 40,’thats the kind of stuff the fish will suspend next to.The best approach is to throw your baits on top and let itdrop as close to the break as possible.
The best baits for us was a drop shot with a shad colored worm ￼or a Frenzy Nail with a Berkley the General worm.I hope this helps and good luck fishing.
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