Lake Stone Fishing Report near Century, Florida

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Fishing

on September 15th

Another productive method for catching bream is to take a small Beetle Spin (1/16 or 1/32 oz.), detach the spinner and use only the little lead headed jig preferably with chartreuse colored grubs.


Crappie

on March 19th

Black crappie begin moving into shallower waters to begin spawning activity as water temperatures climb into the high 50’s. Throw a small jig into the spawning flats to catch them.


Bream

on January 15th

Live baits such as red worms, wigglers, and crickets fished on light tackle are the best bet. Another productive method for catching bream is to take a small Beetle Spin (1/16 or 1/32 oz.), detach the spinner and use only the little lead headed jig preferably with chartreuse colored grubs.


Bass

on December 3rd

Largemouth bass will become more active as water temperatures cool. Dark colored plastic worms and floater-diver type lures should be two of the more productive artificial baits when used along the shoreline or within the flooded timber. Rat-L-Traps are also effective according to numerous bass anglers.


Nightfishing

on July 23rd

Like many lakes in the heat of the summer, fishing is best in the quiet morning hours and cooler evening hours. Largemouth bass seem to bite at these low-key times. Bluegill and Sunfish will congregate in beds and weeds throughout the lake and seem to respond to live baits. For nightfishermen, bass, bream, and catfish are productive here.

Location Details
Species Caught: Bluegill

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