Dead Lake Fishing Report near Green Cove Springs, Florida
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by J K Johnson
on September 15th
Shellcracker (redear) and bluegill anglers should fish an ultra-light rod with a number 10 gold hook on the bottom with a wiggler. Stumpknockers (spotted sunfish) and redbreast sunfish can also be caught near stumps and snags with worms or beetlespins; many of these fish can be caught above Cypress/ Sweetwater creek in the channels of the Chipola River.
by J K Johnson
on March 19th
Shellcracker and bluegill anglers should fish an ultra-light rod with a number 10 gold hook on the bottom with a wiggler. Stumpknockers and redbreast sunfish can also be caught near stumps and snags with worms or beetle spins.
by Bo Johnson
on January 15th
Try trolling for “specks” in the main channel of West Arm Creek using crappie minnows and jigs. Bream fishing should remain fair through the winter and early spring. These fish will be found fishing near willow tree islands associated with stumps and cypress knees.
Shallow Water this Summer
by Vick Mullen
on July 31st
Water levels this summer have made fishing difficult here. But, anglers are reporting good bream and bas fishing near West Arm. Shellcracker and bluegill are also being reported, and sunfish are found near stumps. Fishing near deep holes will reveal largemouth bass.
Species Caught: Largemouth Bass
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