We always fish up in the beginning of the river and find a cove, at dusk they seem to be a little closer to the bank near some cover but it was always the case last ...more year once it got dark they moved out to deeper water. If you go let me know how it goes, I have only been once this year up there during the day
I will just let you know and since you live there you should know where I am talking about. If you put in at the first boat ramp that is in front of the bait shop ...more with all the sailboats you will go out and then bare left, there is a cell tower of some sort that you can see. We fish that cove straight towards that cell tower on the left side there are some trees down in the water. Our other sweet spot is back as you are first entering beaver creek we go to that first cove on the left and on the right side there is a tree down in the water that stretches out into the water quite a ways. We always have luck at both of these spots so good luck to you
yeah, it's a great great place to fish. I'm down there just about every weekend. we catch lots of bluegill and bass. we've been catching a lot of good ...more 12 inch bass this year. this is the best year of fishing I've had there.
yea we were trying to hit the mouth of any descent looking cove and found one good spot. I hadn't been to cave run in about 10yrs but started going back this ...more year, so not real familiar with exact spots I just kinda know the vicinity by looking at a map. In my opinion just to catch fish cave run is a great lake
was fishing back towards beaver creek, tried several different trees down in the water and found most were around 10-12ft deep on the trees. Most were 8-10in but ...more caught several around 12. During the day was when they were hitting the best and once night time fell they moved to a little deeper water and that is where most of the bigger ones were caught. I have been there 3 times in the last 2 months and haven't came out any day with less than 40.