Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Low Water at Evans Lake

It has been a few weeks since I have visited the lake on the Evans estate and decided after an unsuccessful round with "Joe the Plumber" to spend the last hour or so of daylight seeing if any bass were hungry.

The weather has been unusually dry during the later part of the summer and into fall as reflected in the low water level. Despite that, here were still some hungry LMBs like this one that fell for the crankbait.

With a mouth this big, I could have thrown a softball painted like a frog.

The wind was calm and the weather nice and cool. You can see how low the water is.

This guy was fooled by a multicolored Spook Jr. (spectrum) and picked up a few weeds along the way.

This chunky bass had some fun with the Booyah white Pond Magic buzzbait.

All good things must come to an end and before long I began to notice the sky turning colors. I managed to hook and land over a dozen bass and got in some stress relieving exercise.

Until the rains come again - sleep well my beauties!

1 comment:

Bawana said...

Low water is right! It hardly looks like the same place.