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Lake Maumelle Sponsored by
Date 07-Jul-16
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Conditions : Lake Maumelle: Fosters Four Seasons (501-868-9061) said water surface temperature was in the mid-80s, the water was at a normal level and clear, and fishing was good all around. Bream were biting well on worms and crickets. The crappie bite was good on minnows and jigs. Bass fishing was good using spinnerbaits, crankbaits and topwater lures. Catfishing was good. There were no reports on white bass.

Fosters Four Seasons (501-868-9061) said water surface temperature was in the mid-80s, the water was at a normal level and clear, and fishing was good all around. Bream were biting well on worms and crickets. The crappie bite was good on minnows and jigs. Bass fishing was good using spinnerbaits, crankbaits and topwater lures. Catfishing was good. There were no reports on white bass.

Kentucky bass are good and being caught on crankbaits and jigs. They can be found in 10-15 feet of water. They are mixed in with the blacks. White bass rate good; use deep diving Bandits and Bombers, as they are all over the lake. When they’re school in the main lake, catch them on CC spoons, white jigs and Roosters Tails. They are mixed in with the crappie, which were fair to good this week. Crappie are being caught on crappie minnows and jigs and are 15 feet deep. Try the edge of the channels. Bream fishing is excellent. Bream can be found at 13 feet on the bottom. They are being caught on crickets and live worms. Catfish are good and are being caught in 15-20 feet depth on stink bait, small bream and chicken livers. Thirty-pound catfish have been common of late.

Hatchet Jack’s (501-758-4948) reported crappie were active in the 14-16 feet depth and the bite was fair. Minnows, red/chartreuse jigs and white/chartreuse jigs were working best. Catfishing was fair on trotlines using slicks and goldfish. Bream fishing was excellent on redworms and crickets. Bream were mostly about 6-10 feet deep.

Whiskers Sporting Goods (501-889-2011) said crappie is hitting Baby Shad and minnows and 1.25-inch Itty Bit Swim’r. Reports of white bass biting Cajun Spin and Silver Minnow. Bass are biting on buzzbaits and topwater lures.

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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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