Archive for the "Fishing Report" Category

COOSA RIVER

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.

Logan Martin and Neely Henry

Posted on March 19th, 2018 by David Stancil

Water temp is 66 to 69 in places the fish are spawning a few still being caught in deep water but most are real shallow. I will start posting spring pics shortly.The black males are starting to show up and being caught.

Coosa River Lakes

Posted on February 14th, 2018 by David Stancil

The lakes are muddy and water rising and water temp is 54 degrees but fishing is very slow due to the muddy water and running two and three turbines and water has a lot of trash.

Coosa River Lakes

Posted on January 6th, 2018 by David Stancil

Fishing is very slow due to the weather, water temps are around 38 degrees and will be a few days till the ice and cold weather is gone so fishing will be slow for a few more days and then long lining trolling will be back to normal.

Weiss- Logan- Neely-Wedowee

Posted on July 20th, 2017 by David Stancil

Summer guide trips pics are seen in the photo gallery. It is very hot out on the lakes and the bite is very light.

Spring and Summer guide trips

Posted on June 30th, 2017 by David Stancil

Just a few pics of guide trips on Logan Martin, Weiss Lake and Neely Henry and Wedowee Lake go to my picture gallery to see photos and fishing has been real good, fishing manmade stake beds.

Spring Fishing Weiss Lake and Neely Henry and Grenada Ms

Posted on April 6th, 2017 by David Stancil

These are some pictures of some of my fishing trips this spring we had a lot of fun and caught some nice fish.

Crescent Lake Florida – January 16 ,2017

Posted on January 18th, 2017 by David Stancil

Today I fished with Leroy and Art and we caught some big fish over 3lb. and it was great to be in sunny Florida.

Logan Martin – November 2 , 2016

Posted on November 6th, 2016 by David Stancil

Today I was checking the fish and the bite is terrible still with no rain the crappie bite is very slow and not many biting.

Logan Martin – July 29 ,2016

Posted on July 29th, 2016 by David Stancil

Fishing report on all coosa lakes it is very slow but you can catch some late at night till sun up using minnows due to heat and boat traffic on river channels.