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- White perch: Very good. Captain Rodger Taylor reports that white perch fishing remains consistent, and fish are feeding in open water on the edges of humps 30-35 feet deep. Schools are a mix of large and small fish, so don’t move on just because you catch a few small ones. Fishing small minnows on a modified Sabiki rig is the best technique. Continue reading
The weather is beautiful outside. It is a great day to do some fishing. Anyone who is catching big fish on lake wylie make sure to enter your pictures into our gallery page and you might be selected as our Best Catch of The Week.
Fishing on Lake Wylie has almost come to a stand still over the last week. The water temperature is cold so I would fish deeper water because the fish are going to be located on the warmer water at the bottom of the lake. Patience is key to fishing during this time of the. My best advice for this time of the year is to Continue reading
Last saturday the WF crew went to a local pond for a little bass buggin. Between the cold and the wind, the conditions were not exactly optimal for fly fishing, or fishing in general. Danny caught the only fish of the day at a whopping 1 lb on a lead wrap head hare’s ear creation tied by myself. I will add a picture of the fly when I can.
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Each week are going to go through the pictures that users post on our site. The picture that is the best of that week will be featured on the home page of our site. Here is this weeks picture of the week.
There are a few pieces of tackle that I will always bring with me while fishing on Lake Wylie. This is a list of some of my essential tackle that has brought me great success on Lake Wylie. Continue reading
We would like to make some fly recommendations to our fly fisherman. Your box should always include at least a few classics, such as olive woolly buggers, various nymphs, and some midges. One of the patterns you want to be 100% sure you have right now is something that mimics a blue winged olive, which is an adult mayfly. A blue winged olive parachute should be highly successful this time of year.
The weather has really started to change over the last few days. These lower temps are going to make catfish bite better and larger fish will be moving more. The cut brim bite is very slow I would try using stink bait, chicken liver, or cheese, anything with a strong smell. Bass are moving into the shallow water and can be seen schooling up bait fish along the banks. If you can find a bait cloud you have a pretty good chance of getting something to bite. The bass are biting on spinnerbaits and shad shaped cranks baits.