Summer is definitely settling in at Mozingo Lake and this week’s fishing report is prime evidence of it!
Mozingo’s water is still fairly dingy from recent rains with surface temperatures hovering around the 80 degree mark. This is the time of year when jet skiers and tubers are almost as prevalent as anglers but that comes with the territory we guess.
Bass topwater action is almost as hot as the weather but the surface bite is limited to the periods of low light around dawn and dusk. At other times be sure to check out deeper structure and cover near topwater bite locations with jigs, Texas rigged plastics or drop shot rigs when needing a more vertical presentation.
Crappie fishing is getting better around deeper water brush piles while walleyes are scattered both in numbers and locations. Those anglers seeking channel cats seem to be having the best luck at night but you do have to contend with a bug or two …