Graham-Mebane Lake (Quaker Creek Reservoir)

Alamance - North Carolina


  • 19 catches

  • 162 followers

  • 5 spots

Fish feeders are located near the bank fishing area of this 650-acre reservoir. Closed December and January. Primary Fish Species: Largemouth bass, catfish, crappie and redear sunfish

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Graham-Mebane Lake (Quaker Creek Reservoir) Fishing Reports

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  1. 5 lb. 3 oz. 21 in. Largemouth Bass

    1. Gabriel Rael 0
      The hours vary by season/month. Currently they close at 6 PM and all boats are supposed to be off the water and on the trailer by 5:45 PM.
    2. Danielle Noble 0
      Nice fish! What time do they typically close?
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  2. 3 lb. 14 oz. 18 in. Largemouth Bass with a chatterbait

  3. 14 in. Largemouth Bass with a Road Runner Randy Howwell’s Classic Runner

  4. I _think_ it’s a small blue? Maybe a channel cat? Not sure. Was 15.5” but skinny and probably only around 2 pounds.

    15 in. Blue Catfish with a Bill Lewis Super Natural Rat-L-Trap

  5. Details: pier 2 fish attractor

    catfish and break on crickets

  6. My son caught this "monster" when we were crappie fishing.

    4 oz. Brown Bullhead Catfish with a crappie jig

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