Norfork Lake fishing has not changed much over the last couple of weeks, which means the striped bass bite continues to be strong in deep water and all other species are biting in 0 – 20 feet of water.I haven’t had a chance to fish my normal 5 days a w…
Striped Bass fishing on Norfork Lake has been outstanding for the last couple of weeks. This year the stripers are in the summer pattern a little earlier than normal. You can find the striped bass in 40 – 55 feet of water close to the bottom. Early mor…
Norfork Lake fishing has been good over the last couple of weeks. All species are biting, but the typical pattern for this time of year is different. The higher than normal water level is keeping the bait fish inside the sunken trees and brush and…
|Calamity area at launch ramp|
|Red Bank Area|
I had not been up river since the high water event of April 29th, so yesterday afternoon Linda and I took a little boat trip from our dock to the Calamity area. (I hear you can take a boat ride all the way to Dawt Mill. We planned on this, but the weather did not cooperate) I was pleasantly surprised that the water clarity, from just north of Cranfield all the way to Calamity, is back to Norfork Lake’s clear blue water. We noticed very little floating debris along the way so if this is any indication I would have to say Norfork Lake is finally getting back to normal. (Except for the high water which just makes for a very big lake and plenty of room to play.)
|Across from the walleye rearing pond cove before Cranfield|
With what I have been seeing over the last couple of days, I think Norfork Lake is truly getting back to its normal self.
We took a few photos along the way so you can see for yourself what I am talking about.
|Hummingbird Hideaway’s cove and dock|
|Hummingbird Hideaway’s dock|