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Best winter fishing in 17+ years by Kirk Weber (2/08/2012)
I've sunk numerous Crappie brush piles this winter and they're already holding fish.
Bass RULE on KY Lake by Kirk Weber (6/04/2010)
BASS RULE on Kentucky Lake in June!! 100 bass days are pretty normal this time of year. It doesn't seem to matter what species you're targeting, you will catch Largemouth Bass.
Fall fishing at its best by Kirk Weber (10/31/2009)
When I look back on my sixteen years as a guide, I see this year’s Crappie catch as above average in both size and quality.
They’re all biting! by Kirk Weber (8/27/2009)
The biggest problem I find with September fishing is deciding which species of fish to target. They’re all biting!
Which is the COOLEST? by Kirk Weber (6/25/2009)
I unhooked and released the fish and cast again. BAM! Another, BAM! Another, BAM! Another. After 7 or 8 fish in quick succession I thought to myself, Man this is COOL!
Bass Action Is Outstanding On Kentucky Lake by Kirk Weber (5/21/2009)
The bass action has been outstanding AND the Bluegill action has been phenomenal this month.
Crappie Fishing Kentucky Lake by Kirk Weber (4/05/2009)
The Crappie are well into their spawn. Now is a great time for anglers new to the lake to come fish for Bass. Some amazing numbers of Bluegill are in deep water on stumps and in Crappie brush 10� to 18� deep.
Good Largemouth Bass Bite On KY Lake by Kirk Weber (8/28/2008)
We’ve had good success catching Largemouth Bass, a few Smallmouths, Crappie, Bluegill, White and Yellow Bass, and Catfish.
Crappie Time by Kirk Weber (10/05/2007)
In the past week clients in my boat have checked in a 10oz Bluegill, a 13 ½ Lb Flathead Catfish, a 1 Lb 12 oz Crappie, and a 4 Lb 11 oz Smallmouth. If you’re not out there catching ‘em, you’re missing out!
Crappie are starting to bite again! by Kirk Weber (9/04/2007)
I’ve Crappie fished a couple times this past week and caught some real nice sized fish. The bite is mostly slow, but good in short bursts.
Crappie Spawn Has Begun by Kirk Weber (3/25/2007)
I’ve fished every day for the past two weeks and overall the catching has been good. We’ve had many 100+ fish days catching Crappie, Yellow Bass, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Striped Bass, Bluegill, and Red Ear.
Warming Trend by Kirk Weber (3/11/2007)
The biggest change I’ve seen is that each day more fish are coming shallow. This should hold up so long as our warm trend continues.
February Fishing North Kentucky Lake by Kirk Weber (2/23/2007)
Some fish are rising for the warmer water near surface and if our warm trend continues, I look for the catching to get better. For now I’d fish either deep (20+ ft) or shallow (5 ft or less). For Bass that means suspending jerk baits shallow and a jig, deep.
Cold Water Crappie by Kirk Weber (1/31/2007)
The air was a bit nippy, but I found the fish fairly agreeable. The most good-sized fish I graphed were in 26ft of water.
White Bass Fishing On Kentucky Lake by Dan Dolack (7/26/2006)
White Bass fishing has been very good. I have seen a few jumps but not for any extended periods. Try Roostertails or Mepps in line spinners, in white, chrome and chartreuse colors. Trolling with a crankbait downrigger has also produced good results.