B. Everett Jordan Lake

Chatham - North Carolina

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  • 77 spots

Bass show outstanding growth rates and many are amazingly fat. An average Jordan largemouth can weigh over 6-pounds! The lake record stands at 14 pounds, 6 ounces! Nice Crappie, hybrid stripers and catfish. 13,900 acres A section of the B. Everett Jordan ...

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B. Everett Jordan Lake Fishing Reports

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  1. 20.0 Largemouth Bass with a Rapala Original Jointed Minnows

  2. Guessing the wgt.

    35.0 Largemouth Bass with a heddon

  3. 2 lb. 2 oz. Largemouth Bass with a Chatterbait

  4. 2 lb. 14 oz. Largemouth Bass with a Chatterbait

  5. 1 lb. 13 in. Largemouth

    1. Jerry Parsley 0
      Nice catch Landon...keep on casting!
  6. 2 citation crappie one 2.6 other 3.1

    Black Crappie with a jig head

    1. bill neeley 0
      great catch i am going to Jordan lake in November any suggestion on the crappie and where to go
    2. Jared King 0
      I have been to lake Jordan a few times the last time I went there I stayed at the Jordan lake bed and breakfast it was a great time call ahead to tell them you have ...more a boat but out there it's the only close place to stay launch out of farrington that's as close as a can get ya
    3. Nowell Brown 0
      I see that storms are going by. Lake has risen to 5.5 ft. Is it getting pretty muddy?
    4. Nowell Brown 0
      I got to get down there soon. Keep me posted. I live in Hickory. Thx
    5. Nowell Brown 0
      Great job
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  7. White Crappie with a Live Minnows

    1. Adam Munn 0
      Nice slabs!
    2. Nowell Brown 0
      3 feet off the bottom near 64 bridge
    3. Nowell Brown 0
      Phil, caught these 3 feet off the bottom
    4. Nowell Brown 0
      These were just outside of the 64 bridge
    5. Nice....wish I knew where to fish at Jordan Lake
    6. Scott Sorrell 0
      Nice ones
    7. Phil Hight 0
      Great catch. How deep were you fishing?
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  8. just moved to Brier Creek whats the best area of Jordan lake for walking the shoreline and fishing for largemouths

    1. Hey Tony... Ready to hit the lake? Everything OK at home?
    2. Hey Tony...I sent you a message....did u receive it? Wondering if you want to go fishing soon.... Let me know. Mike
    3. Michael Argento 0
      No... I haven't even heard of them. Going to Google them.
    4. TONY HORVAT 0
      have you ever fished Eastlake or University lake?
    5. Michael Argento 0
      AND he DOESN'T share spots... he will tell me which lake he goes to and what he catches. Occasionally he will tell me what bait he uses, but he will never ...more tell me LOCATION on the lake, or depth. Serious dude.
    6. Michael Argento 0
      Falls lake, on my buddy's boat. He's been fishing there very often for over 30 years. He knows the spots and the timing of those spots for the entire lake...
    7. TONY HORVAT 0
      IT'S ALL IN THE WRIST :) Where were you fishing on 12-12?
    8. Michael Argento 0
      Exactly! But the Best day I had was 12/12 last year... 11 bass. How's your bass fishing knowledge? I feel like I am a little knowledgeable but my execution ...more apparently sucks.
    9. TONY HORVAT 0
      that's too bad but that should be just the right time for the bass spawning when they are aggressive.
    10. TONY HORVAT 0
      Great,mostly bass. I'm not much for sitting still and waiting for catfish.
    11. Michael Argento 0
      Oh.. And I'm out of commission until around March. Recently had shoulder and bicep surgery.
    12. Michael Argento 0
      I think we can arrange a few fishing trips... No need to share costs. I mostly only bass fish... And not great at it. What do you fish for?
    13. Michael Argento 0
      The only "pond" Ive fished is cary's Bond Park lake. You can rent Jon boats w/trolling motors fairly cheaply.... Maybe $10 or $12 for a few hrs. I ...more have had very little luck there for bass... but seems like everyone else with their own Jons do pretty well.
    14. TONY HORVAT 0
      let me know if you need a boat partner to share cost.(and fish stories:) )
    15. TONY HORVAT 0
      Thanks Mike ,do you fish any local ponds or small lakes? Tony
    16. Michael Argento 0
      Hey Tony, the pier and shoreline by Bells Church can be pretty darn good. Take Farring Rd. Right off 64 West towards Crosswinds Marina. Pass the marina (on your ...more left). Cross over lake on bridge, and the church & pier will be on the right. Haven't been there in a while (got a boat) but was usually pretty good.
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  9. Details: 11 in. White Crappie with a Berkley Gulp! 3 in. and 4 in. Minnows

    Pier by bells church

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