Archive for the "Fishing Report" Category

All the lakes

Posted on January 3rd, 2019 by David Stancil

All the lakes are muddy and the fishing is real slow due the flood gates are open and the lakes rose back to full pool ,looks like it will take a few weeks to get better if the rain will ever quit.Sorry for this bad report.

Wedowee – December 27,2018

Posted on December 27th, 2018 by David Stancil

Fishing is very good compared to all other lakes that are still muddy longline trolling is doing good.

Weiss Lake November, 18 2018

Posted on December 5th, 2018 by David Stancil

Today I fished Weiss Lake with Alex and his girl friend to catch 48 big crappie long lining trolling.

Weiss Lake December 4 2018

Posted on December 4th, 2018 by David Stancil

Today I fished with Chris and Frank longlining trolling and we had a great day and ended up with 52 nice fish and it was cold and windy.

Fall Fishing Coosa

Posted on November 7th, 2018 by David Stancil

Fall fishing is picking up water temp is 62 and the lakes are starting to drop and have turned over the fish are now staring to get on cover.

Summer Fishing Trips on The Coosa River

Posted on October 14th, 2018 by David Stancil

The summer fishing was slow due to the hot summer we had but had some good trips and go to my picture gallery to see them.

Neely Henry – August 31,2018

Posted on September 5th, 2018 by David Stancil

Today we fished the river channels and Levi caught 55 fish and had 28 keepers to carry back to Georgia,it was a great summer day on the water.

spring fishing pictures

Posted on August 28th, 2018 by David Stancil

My web site is back up. I posted most of my spring fishing pics in my fishing gallery.


Posted on August 28th, 2018 by David Stancil

Fishing is still slow due heat 15 to 20 fish day is a good catch they are holding tight to cover with minnows.Water temp is still 89 degrees.


Posted on May 28th, 2018 by David Stancil

Welcome to summer fishing the fish have moved to deep water on structure you can still catch them with live bait in 12 to 16 ft of water.