Lake Jennings Fishing Report

Lake Jennings Fishing Report

by Lake Jennings Staff


Plenty of catfish were caught this past Saturday evening during Full Moon fishing. Most reported caught on chunked mackerel in many locations around the lake. The T-Dock and campground shoreline were very productive.


There are some huge redear sunfish getting pulled out in Cloister Clove on wax worms. The hot spots for bass this past weekend was Half Moon Cove on drop shot purple plastics and in Cloister Cove too. Come catch a few this weekend?


We have been gathering the temperature of the lake three days a week for the past few weeks to track the cooling patterns. We are on track to start trout season the weekend of November 17th. Book your campsite today and don’t miss out on being the first on the lake for the season! Stay tuned for final date announcement of opener!


@grady_gralewski caught this beautiful bass on the shoreline sight fishing this past weekend. This week, Department of Fish and Wildlife came to the lake to do their normal fish surveys. They electrofished the lake and saw lots of recruiting of baby fish in many species. Here are some of the monster bass they saw!


Trout Season tentatively scheduled to begin weekend of November 17-19
Best Bass Spots: Cloister Cove and Half Moon Cove
Best Bass Lure: Drop Shot-Purple!
Best Catfish Spots: T-Dock
Best Catfish Bait: Mackerel-1” chunks
Best Panfish Spot: Cloister Cove
Best Panfish Lures/Bait: Wax worms


Have you made your camping reservation for Spooky Camp-OWeen yet? Make your camping reservation for Oct. 27-29 today to make sure you do not miss out on a spooky good time! S’mores and ghost stories, campsite trick-ortreating and a campsite decorating contest are all in store for our lucky campers that weekend! Hope to see you in your favorite costumes at the campground!

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