Bass Are Starting to Move Into The Tullies

Bass Are Starting to Move Into The Tullies

2-3-2020
by Murray Reservoir Staff

Bass are starting to move into the tullies, but are still being caught in deeper water. Try using swim baits for the bigger fish and drop shot rigs in the tulles. Trout were released on 1/28/20. The trout looked like a bigger size than previous plants. Spotty crappie bite with a few bluegill starting to show.



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