Bass Are Moving Closer to Shore

Bass Are Moving Closer to Shore

3-29-2021
by Lake Murray Staff
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Greetings from Lake Murray, in La Mesa, CA. As the water warms up the bass are moving closer to shore. Plastics continue to work best with either a small drop or completely weightless. Bass are spotted in 15 to 20 feet of water. Swimbaits and senkos are producing the biggest fish. Live night crawlers and red worms are still a good option. Bluegill are still out there along with some trout and catfish.



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