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Lake Maumelle Sponsored by
Date 16-Feb-17
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Conditions : Lake Maumelle: Johnny Lewis at Jolly Roger’s Marina heard good reports on the black bass bite. They are biting wacky rig worms and jigs. Blacks can be caught in 25-30 feet on drop-offs and creek edges. Believe it or not some of the big bass are in shallow water. Kentucky bass are good. They are being caught on jigs and can be found at 30 feet mixed in with the black bass. White bass are excellent. Use Rooster Tails, CC Spoons, deep diving Bandits and Bombers. They have been scattered west on the edges of the channel. Watch the loons and the whites will be there in large quantity. Crappie are good and are being caught on crappie minnows and jigs (chartreuse/white with a very light line). Crappie are 20-25 fee deep at the edges of the channel. You are likely to catch at lot of whites mixed in with the crappie. Lots of 11-15-inch crappie are being caught. Except lots of company on the community hole. Bream are slow. Heard no reports lately. This time of year, look for t hem in 25 feet on the bottom and use crickets or live worms. Catfishing is slow. They’ll be in 25 feet of water; use stink bait, small bream or chicken livers.

Whiskers Sporting Goods (501-889-2011) said crappie are biting on baby shad and minnows and 1.25-inch Itty Bit Swim’r. White bass are biting on Slab Slanger, Baby Shad, Cajun Spin and silver minnows.

Reported by: Arkansas F&G


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About: - Lake Maumelle has an area of 8,900 acres covering an area of 14 square miles and a 70-mile shoreline. No swimming is allowed but boating and fishing are popular pursuits. The lake is well-known for the many sailing regattas it hosts and is used extensively by weekend skippers as well.

Fishing: Bass, catfish, crappie, stripers and bream lure anglers with a 55-pound and a 92-pound black buffalo having been pulled from its waters.

Location: Lake Maumelle is approximately 12 miles northwest of Little Rock.

  • Kentucky Bass
  • Black Bass
  • White Bass
  • Crappie
  • Catfish

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