• Lake Cumberland fishing report for February 23 rd 2018

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  • I fish out of spacious 23 foot boat, which is now fully enclosed and heated for fowl weather. It is also equipped with modern electronics. I have dedicated my life to following the powerful striped bass. I will do everything in my power to help you have a memorable and successful fishing adventure.I have over 15 years, fishing experience on Lake Cumberland so, I know where the BIG ones are!!!

  • Lake Cumberland fishing report for February 23 rd 2018

    Lake Cumberland fishing report for feb 23 rd 2018. The recent rains has the lake up pretty high with some floating debris. The water temp at the lower end of the lake is about 50 degrees mid creek and a little cloudy. Iím sure all the creeks have a distinct mud line in them. It is real common for that to be the best place to find small groups of stripers feeding. Pulling planer boards is my favorite technique this time of year. Yes it can be aggravating with the floating debris but it can be rewarding. I will start with rods from 20 ft to the surface and gradually fish deeper as the morning goes on.
    The river has been producing some nice trout fishing the boils with dead shad or minnows. This technique will stay good almost all spring as long as we have plenty of water flowing.







    My hunting season is officially over and I look forward to getting back on the water. Hope to see you on the water this spring.
    Lance Sasser
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