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Wednesday
Apr302014

Bait Fishing Report Aug 1, 2014

Bait Fishing Report Aug-1, 2014

Starting Friday August-1, the Dept of Fish and Wildlife changes the regulations
on Crowley Lake to artificial lures / Barbless hooks only.   No bait or scents
are allowed through the end of the season.  Also, you are limited to a single
rod, even if you had bought the 2nd rod stamp. The limit on trout also changes
to 2 fish in possession which must be 18 inches in length or greater.

 

Wednesday
Apr302014

Perch Fishing Report Aug 27, 2014

Perch Fishing Report August 27, 2014

The lead core trollers are still picking up a few perch, but it
has slowed down for them a bit.  You can still get some by pulling
small broken back Rapallas down 2 to 3 colors.  The guys are mostly
fishing the deeper waters of McGee Bay, and over by Chalk Cliffs.

 

Wednesday
Apr302014

Fly Fishing Report August 27, 2014

Fly Fishing Repor August 27, 2014

The midge fishing here on Crowley continued to produce really good
numbers this past week.  The fish are still spread out all over the
lake.  McGee Bay, and the North Arm off of Green Banks Bay continue
to be the hot spots (with the most boats).  There are fish in Big
and Little Hilton, all the way from Sometimes Bay to Sandy Point,
Leighto Springs, and in the deeper water off of 6 Bays.  We have had
our best results using Shaft Emergers and Super Fly Emergers as our
top fly.  On the bottom, Albino Barons, Copper Tigers, and Copper
Zebras have all been producing fish for us.  The forecast is for
some good weather right through Labor Day, so come on up and get
a few.


For a more detailed Fly Fishing Report follow this Link:

http://www.crowleylakeguideservice.com/Fish_Reports/Fly_Fishing_Report.htm

Wednesday
Apr302014

Trolling Report August 27, 2014

Trolling Report August 27, 2014

The trolling is just starting to pick-up again.  The best areas are
between McGee Bay and Sandy Point, as well as along Christmas Bay.
Put your lures down about 3 colors in 15 to 20 feet of water, and
about 2 colors in the shallower water just outside the weed beds.
The Bloddy Ripper and the Black Thunder Taz's have been good, and
the frog patterns are still working as well.