Wohlford Lake Fishing Report

Wohlford Lake Fishing Report

3-27-2021
by Wohlford Lake Staff
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The trout bite is just average despite Wednesday’s plant. Notable catches included Cameron Senner’s 7.40#, Roy Duncan’s 7.00# & Bob Steinlen 6.60# trout. The most successful baits for trout this season have been mice tails and inflated nightcrawlers.

Largemouth bass can be found lurking around structure. They pursue crawdads, swimbaits, and dark colored plastics.

Crappie are being caught by boaters trolling for them. Crappie respond best to golden shiners or mini jigs.

It was a good week for big catfish with three double digit catfish weighed in the largest belonging to Taylor Oshinki of Valley Center and weighing in at 37.10#s. The big blue was caught & released on cut mackerel in Oakvale Cove on Friday. Catfish can be found throughout the lake and favor cut-mackerel or chicken liver.



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