Lake Jennings Fishing Report

Lake Jennings Fishing Report

by Lake Jennings Staff


Trout are biting on green and white mini jigs from the campground shoreline and by the boat dock.

Last week’s trout stocking was ‘trophy’ heavy with some fish weighing over 10 lbs. 1,700 lbs. will be stocked this week!

Have you tried using a water bobber? Information about this technique can be found in the Bait & Tackle Shop.


The bass bite has picked up this week for anglers fishing by boat in Shadow Cove. Drop-shot technique is working the best.


Bluegill are biting on meal worms in Hermit Cove.


Any photos taken at the lake between March-May of 2017 is eligible. Photographers can stop at the campground kiosk or Bait Shop for a free entry ticket into the park. More information to follow.


Chris Moll of Lakeside caught two trout on Saturday by the boat dock with mini jigs. One weighed in at 6 lbs. 8 oz., and the other at 5 lbs. 12 oz.

Tom Kinder and Hayden Stiles caught a few bass on Sunday afternoon by boat.


Lake Jennings will be open late for Full Moon Fishing on Saturday, March 11th! The lake will remain open until 10 p.m. for fishing under the stars. A full sized-lantern is required after 6 p.m. Catch the trout bite at dusk or cast for catfish roaming throughout the night.

This year’s Spring Carnival will be on Saturday, April 8th from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m! The festivities will include a reappearance of the Kid’s Pond for children under 10, free paddle boating for the whole family, and an egg hunt with 2,000 eggs. 1,700 lbs. of trout will be stocked for this event.

The lake will be open for Spring Break from April 7th - 23rd. free private boat launch on Tuesdays, April 11th and 18th!


Best Trout Spots: Campground shoreline, T-dock

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