Fishing Report for Lake Gaston – 3/18/12

Fishing Reports

New fishing report available for Lake Gaston as of March 13, 2012 from LakeGastonGuide.com’s Fishing Writer, Charlie Taylor.

Fishing is excellent, with bass to eight pounds taking rattling crankbaits, spinnerbaits and Carolina-rigged, pumpkinseed, plastic worms. Largemouth bass can be located in back ends of coves, where the water is the warmest.

Stripers are to be found near schools of shad, congregated near mouths of creeks. Better areas are the mouths of Lizard and Holly Grove Creeks.

Hickory and American shad are biting well in the Roanoke River at Weldon, N.C.

This is the second mention of pumpkinseed plastic worms I’ve heard in the last few months – get’cha some!

Be sure to check out our previous fishing report.

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