Whiterock Bass Lake Fishing
Try trolling a crank bait on a line sixty yards long over the shallows with a live bait or plastic worm attached.
Whiterock Bass lake techniques are very similar to those of freshwater Striped Bass and White Bass. They can be found along shorelines, off rocky points jutting out far into the lake, reefs off islands, old river channels, sandbars, sudden drop offs and stony flat areas or any other area that holds a constant depth of between 10 and 16 feet.
Try propeller lures that work the surface. The propeller acts on the floating plug to create a twitching action much like that of a wounded baitfish. This techniques work well when bait fish school together. A good Whiterock Bass lake technique involves the use of surface lure action. As mentioned above, use your rod as imitate wounded bait fish.
Light to medium spinning and bait-casting tackle with a 3/8-ounce hair and plastic jigs in white, yellow and chartreuse are popular lures, as are small silver spoons. They will strike at crayfish, shad, fathead minnows and worms. Trolling and casting with various live baits with a spoon or spinner will improve your chances of landing a whiterock.
Try trolling a crank bait on a line sixty yards long over the shallows with a live bait or plastic worm attached. While trolling can be successful without a fish finder, a fish finder will greatly improve your odds and the number of strikes. However, experienced anglers, can read the waterways, looking birds hovering above feeding on baitfish. Where there are baitfish, Whiterock Bass and white bass are close by.