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Norfork Lake fishing and lake conditions by Scuba Steve from Blackburns Resort and Boat rental (click here for comments)

Look at the size of this Norfork Lake crappie caught fishing with Bink's Guide service. Big.Image title

The lake level is 560.93 and is dropping about 2-inches a day with reduced generation. They are doing their best to hold the water up for as long as possible. The surface temperature is still 86 degrees and the creeks are stained a bit but the main lake is clear. The visibility is still good for this time of year. We have a group of divers in and they are doing well with crappie, walleye and catfish. They are good divers and come every year. I got one walleye and four crappie and all of them were on or near brush in 18-25 feet of water. The thermocline is hanging in there at about 26-feet with cold water at 30. I am seeing no fish below 30. A few bass are coming up early but they are small. There are still a lot of good Kentucky Bass inside of main lake points shallow. Fishing is picking up with crappie, bass and catfish being the best. I am using the 1/4 ounce Bink's jigging spoon while pole fishing and a 24-inch spear when diving. They are always eating steel if you can find them. Come on down to Blackburns and we will not charge you too much. It is busy here and if you are staying at a place where you are nearly the only customer you are paying too much. You can get a one bedroom cabin here for $59/day with no charge for your first boat stall and trolling motors on pontoons are free. All cabins have covered porches with no duplexes. Bink's caught some good ones yesterday.