published May 1, 2009 by Ben Adams

Greers Ferry Lake Fishing Report – 5/1

If you can beat the rain this weekend, now is a great time to be on the lake fishing! Check out the Greers Ferry Lake Fishing Report from guide Tommy Cauley of Fish Finder Guide Service:

The water level is at 461.45 and rising and the temp ranges from 70”s north lake to high 50’s south lake

The bass are scattered all over the lake , with some post spawn , some fixing to spawn and some that are not ready yet , they will still bite a jerk bait, crank bait, spinnerbait as well as jigs,c-rigs, and jighead worms and some boyhowdies also.

The crappie are still doing their thing also in the brush and around it as well as in the standing pole timber on jigs and minnows

A lot of bream have moved up now as well and can be caught , with crickets and crawlers

The catfish bite has died some fro some odd reason

The whites and hybrids , some can be caught in the lake now and some are still up river doing their thing as well , try hair jigs, spoons , in-line spinners and jerk baits.

The walleye have gotten going pretty good now in the lake and will continue to get better and should last until the last of june anyway, try dragging crawlers and crankbaits over rocky flats in the main lake

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