fishing for bluegill in spring and summer

Discussion in 'SOUTH CAROLINA LAKES / RESERVOIRS' started by longbow310, Jan 29, 2008.

  1. longbow310

    longbow310 New Member

    For the people that fish lake murray here are a few good tips for bluegill fising the lake. the metod i use to catch bluegill is by jigging live red worms off the bottom. first you have to make the rig which is simple to make. You use a small hook and a pice of splitshot. Tie the hook on the line and put the split shot about 1 inch above the hook. You let the bait sink all the wat to the bottom and jig the worm upward about every 5 to 6 sec. the fish will usually grab teh bait when you lift it up off the bottom. when you lift it up and it fills like you got caught in some grass it is really a fish. I have caught catfish, bream, bluegill and shellcracker doing this in the spring and early summer.
    It really works try it!!!!!! ​
  2. catfishcrazy256

    catfishcrazy256 New Member

    sounds like fun !!!!!!!!!!