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September Fishing Report

Hello again to all of our followers, Kentucky Lake lovers, and friends of Moors Resort. There has been a lot of fish caught, and water under the bridge since my last report. Before I get started on some chores this morning I felt the need to let you all know whats been going on with the fishing.

As of 4 A:M this morning both lakes were listed at 355.1 feet, and the temperatures which are recorded at both of the dams being at 83 degrees. Kentucky was forecast to generate 14,230 CFS with a slight increase later in the day, while Barkley was forecast to generate 18,600 CFS throughout the entire day. These generation schedules were forecast to stay the same through Sunday September 29. With that being said, each lake is one foot above winter pool. Be sure if you are boating on either lake to stay between the navigational markers if you are not familiar with where you are. I am not trying to scare anyone from boating on our lakes, but I sure do not want anyone to tear anything up . There is plenty of water to operate your watercraft safely in, it just gets a little skinny in some places.

Nothing has changed as far as what we have been trying to catch. We are still chasing the White, and Yellow Bass for our friends and customers. We feel like this is the best opportunity to put them on the most action, and send them home with fish to eat. We usually also wind up with some catfish, bass, bluegill, and anything else that swims in the