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Jigging for white perch by Mac Byrum (8/03/2008)
Today I had two young fellows, ages 13 & 14 who had never caught a fish until today.
Perch Jerking by Mac Byrum (6/27/2008)
Late June thru August is the time to get these fiesty little fighters. There are no limits on white perch and catches of 60 to 200 can be attained in a four hour trip.
Drifting for blues and flatheads by Mac Byrum (5/26/2008)
Some suggestion to assist you in covering more areas and catching more catfish with little or no effort.
Catfish biting good on Lake Norman by Mac Byrum (6/12/2007)
A four hour outing on LKN should produce 10 to 30 blue cats. Freshly cut bream, shad or white perch will produce the bite. Early AM is consider to be the best time due to boat traffic.
Ark. Blues Biting by Mac Byrum (6/03/2007)
Large blues appear to be on thier spawn or heading to their spawning areas. But, the 3 to 15 pound blues are actively feeding.
More Action Out Of Lightweight Fishing Gear by Mac Byrum (12/11/2006)
If you want to add to your fishing experience go lite as it relates to fishing line and equipment. Lake Norman is the place to be for action as it relates to four to ten pound stripers. To add to this enjoyment, I suggest you use lite action rods and fill your bait casting reels with ten pound test line, with the drag set at four pounds.
Lake Norman Striper and Catfish Fishing Report by Mac Byrum (10/29/2006)
The Fall bite is coming on strong on Lake Norman. From first light to 8 you can catch your limit, most of the time, of stripers in the 3.5 to 5 pound class. After 8 rig up for some nice blue cats.
Stripers Beginning To School by Mac Byrum (9/28/2006)
From 30 minutes before sunrise to 1 to 1.5 hours after the striper bite is average to good. Top water lures and road runners at 10' if producing.
Catfish (blues & flatheads) by Mac Byrum (9/17/2006)
Cooler nights are improving the catch of larger cats and recent rains have had a postive effect on the water quality/color.
Catfishing Reeds Creek by Mac Byrum (9/10/2006)
Got away from the black water (mentioned in my first report) and found some fish that would bite. Almost full moon the night before, but we did not let that stop our fishing.
Catfish Fishing Lake Norman by Mac Byrum (9/04/2006)
Bite is less than average due to lake turning over. Catches of 10 to 20 per four hour trip.