• Lake Cumberland fishing report for Oct 19,2018

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  • Lake Cumberland fishing report for Oct 19,2018

    Lake Cumberland fishing report for oct 19,2018. The water temp has been falling with the cooler nights and is down to almost 70. The stripers have transitioned for the most part from 85 to 95 feet deep to 20 to 50 ft deep. Some nice schools of fish are now being found from the main lake to the mid creek areas. We are pulling planers boards 20 to 50 ft deep with good successs most days. There should be some jumps in the near future but like last year it never really planned out like normal.




    Bass fishing has been similar in that fish are back up shallow and pretty active most days. Several nice fish have been taking on too water baits early and late. The crappie fishing should improve greatly soon also as water cools some more.



    God Bless and hope to see you on the water.

    Earlier this week the lake lost a great guide,great person, and a great friend! He will truly be missed. Hope the fish are biting up there Dan!!!

    Lance Sasser
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