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Lake Monticello Sponsored by
Date 10-May-15
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Conditions : Lake Monticello: •Catfish: Fair. The big fish bite on Lake Monticello has yet to turn on well, but historically late April and May are very good months and hopefully that will also be true this year. Right now the best bet is to fish in shallow water with deep water nearby, such as around humps with a sharp drop into deep water on one side, or off slowly tapering points that all of a sudden drop off. 5-35 feet is often the most productive depth for all sizes of fish, and often the bigger fish will come from the areas closer to the drops into deeper water. Anchoring in those areas is the best bet right now as it lets the bait sit in front of the fish for longer as they travel up and down across the depth changes. Cut gizzard shad and white perch will generate fewer but bigger bites, while herring will generate more action but lots of nuisance bites from small fish if you are targeting big ones.

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