Lake Baccarac Bass Fishing Report - November 7th, 2011
Name: Lake Baccarac Bass Fishing
Hottest Colors: watermelon, shad
Date Fished: November, 2011
Comments: Nov. 7th - Today's bass fishing on Lake Baccarac was varied, with overall numbers very low, but the Greg Riggle group reported bigger fish found in 20 foot of water using big pearl swim baits, along with pearl chartreuse swim baits, 10 inch magnum Berkley worms in dark colors, 6 inch worms in watermelon, using chatter bait jigs. No bass over 10 reported today. We do have a feeling things will change. The full moon is coming; the big fish will show up, but Mr. Big Fish Hunter himself, with his new signature series of baits will be at the lodge next week - Gil Wright.
Nov. 4th - The last three or four days, the big fish have turned off and are not biting. The graphs show them suspended off the points. There are plenty of bass to catch, however, up on the banks using white super flukes, magnum lizards, big senkos, 1/2 oz. spinner baits and medium running crank baits. The big largemouth yesterday was 7.8 pounds, with boats catching anywhere from 50 to 90 fish a day.
Nov. 1st - The bass fishing has gone from great numbers caught to low numbers and huge fish only to now a little slower over all....Brad Perry returned with his 5 biggest fish weighing 63 pounds ( on Oct 28th ) ..Numbers per day ranged from 15 in one day for one boat to 73 for another boat. Senkos and flukes worked best for last three days and spinnerbaits bite did not work at all. Bigger crankbaits worked very well on the points... It seems that the fish are starting to suspend
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About The Author: Bob Mauldin
Company: Mexico Bass Fishing Adventures
Area Reporting: Mexico
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