Inland Lake Fishing Report near Springville, Alabama
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1/15/2013 7:00 AM
The lake has been closed due to a leak in the dam. The water is being drawn down to fix the problem. The lake will be closed for the next few months.
Fishing Inland Lake
5/17/2012 7:00 AM
From my experience fishing Inland the largemouth have a degree in lure identification. Spotted bass are the way to go. The lake has arms coming off of it on each side, this is where you will find them. Look for fallen trees off the shore. The tree tops are usually in about 20 to 30 feet of water. A jig head with a finesse worm works great when jigged vertically in the tree tops. We also found that larger spotted bass liked a texas rigged lizard fished parallel along the laying trees. Striped bass can be caught at sunrise while they are schooling in the middle of the lake. Topwater baits are best when you can see the striped bass hitting bait fish on the surface. Tight-lining is also a very effective method for striped bass during mid to late day. Shad and other bait fish are the best for the striped bass. Inland lake is a great fishery for a family day together or if you’re going alone. At first it will be hard to catch fish, but once you start catching them it won’t stop until you’re tired of it.
Species Caught: Largemouth Bass
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