• Lake Cumberland fishing report for July 18,2017

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  • Lake Cumberland fishing report for July 18,2017

    The water temp is in the mid 80ís and summer fishing patterns are in full swing.

    The striper fishing has been good most days with fish being caught on live bait from 25 to 50 ft deep on the main lake and mid creek. As the summer goes on the fish will slowly go deeper and more fish will move out the main lake. The lake is truly full of short stripers so please be as gentle as you can with them and release them as soon as you can.



    The lake has a amazing future coming up. The amount of small shad in the lake is truly amazing.


    The bass fishing has been as good as Iíve ever seen it lately. If you go up in main lake hollows or mid creek up in coves the first hour after daylight the top water fishing is amazing. Great numbers of nice Ky bass and largemouth can be caught.






    Crappie fishing has also been good at night fishing under the lights in the head of the major creeks.
    God Bless
    Lance Sasser
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