Eagle Mountain Lake
Current Eagle Mountain Lake Fishing Report
Video Report Transcript
Hey what's going on everyone Sam here from Lake Pro tackle guys this video is going to be a fishing report over Lake Eagle Mountain right now water temperatures are ranging anywhere from the mid 60s all the way up to the mid 70s you know main Lake it's going to be around that 60 to 70 or 68 to 70 range and in the very back to some Creeks that get a little muddy a little shallower Creeks I found around 74 to 75 degree water temps now water Clarity can vary a lot you know back in the Creeks especially around wind blowing points and stuff it can be very muddy I would say anywhere from a few inches of visibility all the way out to the main Lake and you're going to get around two foot of visibility so right now I can still find beds up on the bank you know with the colder nights that we've been having the earlier in the week here a lot of the fish have actually pulled off their beds and pulled off into some a little bit deeper water around that four to six foot range and then some of those fish that have already spawned are pushing out even deeper and around the six to ten foot range I found a lot of fish around eight foot on transition points as well as secondary points leading back out to the main Lake I was fishing a Carolina rigged brush hog and a Texas rigged Robo worm I generated a lot of bites with those and I also found a few cranking with a square Bill if you guys want to see the exact colors and baits I was using head over to the website like protactl.com thank you for watching this video leave a like we really appreciate it subscribe to the channel and we'll see you next time
Gear for fishing Eagle Mountain Lake
The lures listed below are referenced in the current fishing report and recommended by our pros right now. For other pro recommended lures for Eagle Mountain Lake click here.
There isn't a lot of native aquatic vegetation, except for some reed beds in the upper part of the lake. You'll find the best fishing around the fishing piers and boathouses and along the rocky points and bluffs in the lower part of the lake.
- Largemouth Bass
- Spotted Bass