Center Hill Lake by TWRA Creel Clerks

 

 

 

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Center Hill Lake Fishing Report:  26 April 2016

Center Hill

Reservoir Conditions: Fishing is good. The water level is 629 feet and the water temperature is 71 degrees. The lake is stable.

Bass fishing: Several bass are being caught on soft plastics and top water baits in the creeks in 5-10 feet of water.

Walleye: A few walleye are being caught near Pates Ford while trolling crank baits in 10 feet of water.

Bluegill and Shellcracker: A few nice bluegills are being caught on crickets in gravel pockets in 5-10 feet of water on the main lake.

 

 

 

 

18 April 2016

Center Hill

Reservoir Conditions: The water level is 630 feet and the temperature is 62 degrees. The lake is stable and fishing is good.

Bass fishing: Several bass are being caught on top water baits and soft plastics while fishing in the creeks in 5 feet of water.

Crappie: Fishing is fair. Crappies are being caught while fishing minnows around fallen trees and sunken brush in 5 feet of water.

Walleye: A few walleye are being caught on jerk baits on channel banks near Pates Ford.