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Old 07-03-2004, 12:01 AM
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Lake Russell: Largemouth Bass: Good, try shallow creeks, flats, and rocky points with medium-running crankbaits and plastic worms. Better at night. Striped and Hybrid Bass: Excellent, early morning with bucktails, cut and live herring and jigs especially when water is running below dam. Night fishing has been the most productive. Reports of 6 to 8-pound fish being caught. White Bass: Very good, using bucktails, spinners and live bait below dam. Catfish: Good, using cut bait and nightcrawlers on the bottom. Bream: Excellent, using red wigglers, pinks, crickets and nightcrawlers around bridge pilings. Water temperature is 83 degrees and dingy in the creeks
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LAKE RUSSELL: Largemouth Bass: Good for a few cold-hardy anglers, using jigging spoons and deep-running crankbaits in river and creek channels. Yellow Perch: Very good, fishing deep with medium minnows and jigging spoons. Striped and Hybrid Bass: Good, using with bucktails, cut and live herring and jigs. White Bass: Good, using bucktails, spinners and live bait below the dam.
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LAKE RUSSELL: Largemouth Bass: Good, castings spinnerbaits, plastic worms and lizards around flats and points. Striped and Hybrid Bass: Very good, with bucktails, cut and live herring and jigs below the dam when water is running. White Bass: Good, using bucktails, spinners and live bait below the dam when water is running. Crappie: Good, using minnows and jigs around brush piles and bridge pilings. Fish are moving to shallow water. Catfish: Good, using cut bait and nightcrawlers on the bottom.
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LAKE RUSSELL: Largemouth Bass: Fair to Good, casting spinnerbaits, plastic worms and lizards around flats and points. Yellow Perch: Fair. Striped and Hybrid Bass: Good, using bucktails, cut and live herring and jigs below the dam when water is running
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LAKE RUSSELL: Largemouth Bass: Fair to Good, casting shallow running crankbaits, plastic worms and lizards around flats and points. Better late in evening. Yellow Perch: Fair, fishing deep with medium minnows, worms and jigging spoons. Striped and Hybrid Bass: Good, using bucktails, cut and live herring and jigs below the dam when water is running. White Bass: Good, using bucktails, spinners and live bait below the dam when water is running. Crappie: Good, using minnows and jigs around brush piles and bridge pilings at 5 to 7 feet. Catfish: Good, using cut bait and nightcrawlers on the bottom and around the riprap at bridges. Bream: Good. Try using crickets and earthworms around bridge pilings and structure.
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LAKE RUSSELL: Largemouth Bass: Good, plastic worms and lizards around flats and points. Better late in evening. Striped and Hybrid Bass: Very good, using bucktails, cut and live herring and jigs below the dam when water is running. White Bass: Good, using bucktails, spinners and live bait below the dam when water is running. Crappie: Good, using minnows and jigs around brush piles and bridge pilings at 5 to 7 feet. Catfish: Good, using cut bait and nightcrawlers on the bottom and around the riprap at bridges. Bream: Good. Try using crickets and earthworms around bridge pilings and structure.
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Striped and Hybrid Bass: Fair, using bucktails, cut and live herring and jigs below the dam when water is running. White Bass: Fair, using bucktails, spinners and live bait below the dam when water is running.
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