Keith Hudson's
     Lake West Point  Fishing 
           Guide Service            
706 884-1483 or 706 882-1743
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                 Water temps are mostly in the  80's .The lake is still clear on the south end, and slightly stained on the north end . Lake is full pool !! --- visit for more info. The best way to contact me is by email at  or  you can phone me at 706- 884-1483. Thanks - Keith Hudson

Bass: Fair  ---  Top water baits such as Pop R's, Zara Spooks and Buzz Baits can be effective for shallow and aggressive  fish, especially around bream beds . Some big tournament sacks of Largemouth are still being weighed in  by guys who sight fish, targeting bass that are around these beds feeding on the bream. ---Also you can try fishing rip rap around bridges with spinnerbaits, small crankbaits, and Skakey head rigs------  Some fish should start showing up on deeper brush piles and road beds as well, as the water warms. Try deep crankbaits or Texas rigged Ol Monster worms .---- Some spotted bass are  being caught  by casting Spot Remover heads loaded with Shakey Tail worms or just dragging a Carolina-rigged Zoom finesse worm or mini lizard around sloping gravel banks . These tactics normally works very well for numbers.

Linesides: Fair ---  Spawned out hybrids & stripes showed back up down lake in good numbers. Expect the down - line  bite on live bait to be awesome! --- Some fish starting surface schooling  on  the main lake and  can be caught on small crankbaits, topwaters, pop n cork rigs and Storm Swim  Shad lures.

Crappie: FAIR  ---  Spawned out fish will typically move out and hold on deeper brush & structure  or under docks. Try dropshotting minnows or shooting docks for the best results-- Night fishing is usually good in June .                      
Bream:  FAIR ---  Don't forget about our bream & shellcracker. Finding an active bed can take a little effort but when you do , you can have a ball ! Bedding usually takes place  on the full moon cycles in August.  Look for shallow cover in the backs of pockets. Sandy flats & stump beds tend to draw the fish like a magnet. Use live pink worms , crickets and small jigs for the best results.  

Catfish: Good ---  Lots of channel cat are being caught  by the few anglers that target them . Live & cut baits (and worms of course) fished on bottom will catch cats all over the lake, as long as fairly deep water is nearby.-- Jug Fishing is also fun & productive. ----- To target flatheads, go to a larger bait like a 4-5 inch bream or large shiner  and fish the same areas.Be sure to increase the size of your rigs as fish in the 20-30-lb. range are fairly common.   





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