Fishing Reports (4)
Relevant Gear for Lake Norman
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Bass are feeding heavily in the first hour of daylight, you can get bit on topwater but its a tough bite. Crankbaits, bladed jigs, spinnerbaits, & swim jigs have been producing early morning bites but once the sun gets...
Reported by Gary Turner
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Good largemouth up shallow on wood in backwater sloughs, creeks, flats.
Reported by Kristine Fischer
Spots and largemouth around lighted docks at night.
Reported by Omnia Community
Hard Topwater (Prop)
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Deeper Docks near step breaks have had better quality for me. The fish have been suspended, moving up and down in the water column throughout the day. Varying jig head size on a Ned Rig have been my go too....
Reported by Omnia Fishing
Texas Rigs (Worming)
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What you need to know about fishing Lake Norman
At over 32,000 acres, Lake Norman in North Carolina provides abundant opportunities for recreational activities and catching bass, with large populations of Largemouth and Spotted Bass, Crappie, and Bluegill. Fishing around docks is a great way to find all varieties of fish, however bass and crappies can be located offshore in schools during the summer and winter months. These schooling fish can be ultra-aggressive and big baits...
Spotted Bass, Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass, Crappie, Panfish / Bluegill
124.63 sq. km