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Fishing Report- Week of 4/3/16

The lake is full and Water clarity is good! Beautiful time to go fishing with all this nice weather. The Crappie bite is back on with reports of them being caught from the big dock and in the Mt. Springs area.  The Trout are within the top 10ft of water and still relatively close to shore.  Most reports of fish caught from shore are on green and rainbow Power Bait, Night Crawlers, and Mice Tails.  Boaters have been trolling the outer edges of the lake with Spinners and the go to lure the Broken Back Fire Tiger Rapala.  Boaters are having great success in the Jackson Creek area and bait fishing the coves in the back of the lake.  The Bass are feeding heavily right now preparing for their spawn so we please request that catch and release is practiced with these fish right now so they can have a chance to reproduce. Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook for more catches and details!




Ed, Mike and Larry all caught their limits within a few hours!

Camping Rules & Regulations

  1. Gate entrance is locked at night. Check clubhouse for hours. Exit is open 24hrs one way only.
  2. Quiet hours 10pm – 8am
  3. All visitors and vehicles must register upon arrival.
  4. Drive slowly- Speed limit is 15 MPH. Dust is a problem! Stay on roads, no off road driving allowed.
  5. Pets must be kept on a leash at all times. No pets allowed in Pond Area! No pets left unattended. Clean up after pets. No incessant barking allowed.
  6. Swimming is allowed in the Lake and Swim Pond. Minors must be supervised. No lifeguard on duty, swim at your own risk.
  7. General – No profanity, No ATV’s or OHV’s, No firearms, No woodcutting, No hunting, No fireworks, No water sports (including skiing, tubing & jet skis)
  8. No portable bathrooms allowed.
  9. No fish cleaning or dish washing in restrooms.
    10. No tents allowed in full hook-up RV Park.
  10. Campsites must be kept neat and clean at all times.

Violation of any of these rules and regulations are grounds for eviction without refund.