Murray Reservoir Fishing Report

Murray Reservoir Fishing Report

5-3-2021
by Murray Reservoir Staff

Greetings from Lake Murray in the neighborhood of La Mesa. The weather warmed up this week and then cooled off over the weekend. We even saw a little rain which made for some good fishing.
The bass spawn is still happening which means good fishing. Senkos like Yamamoto’s and robo worms were working well. Throwing swim baits in the tullies in close were productive. The bluegill were biting on meal worms. The cats were biting mackerel and chicken livers too. Good luck out there.



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