Lake Norman Fishing Report near Lowesville, North Carolina

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Bass

on December 9th

At Lake Norman this time of year you will find bass shallow on the sunny days in search of baitfish. Throw a fluke or jerk bait with alternating patterns until you find the right ones. On overcast days when the water temp is cold try a carolina rigged worm or lizard fished slowly on drop offs and around structure.


Fishing Here Depends on Water Clarity

on May 21st

It's hit or miss with Lake Norman depending on the water clarity. At times, the water is clear and slightly dark at worst, and you can hook good sized bass here. Certain times during the year bring shallow water, and you can expect the waters off the main channel to be murky and dark. The back end of the creeks will be the muddiest waters, and during the fall the undermud gets turned up by heavy rains. Expect to catch bass here when the water is clear -- steer clear after heavy rains.

Location Details
Species Caught: Largemouth Bass

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