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Wetumpka Chamber of Commerce
110 E. Bridge Street
Wetumpka, AL 36092
1-334-567-4811
www.WetumpkaChamber.com

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RECENT GUIDE REPORTS

Lake Jordan Fishing report Post Alabama Bass Trail Tournament

Report Date: February 14, 2015

John Pollard

John Pollard
Bama Spots | (334) 221-2068

Overall Rating: Three_Star
High Visibility
40-50° F
N/A

Lake Jordan fished fair for me last week. Caught most of my fish on main lake and creek points in 8-12 ft of water on Carolina rigged lizard and shaky head worms, both in green pumpkin color. Had a on … Continue reading


John Pollard: Lake Jordan Fishing Report

Report Date: November 19, 2014

John Pollard

John Pollard
Bama Spots | (334) 221-2068

Overall Rating: Four_Star
High Visibility
70-80° F
4am-8am

Water Temp 76,Lake level-Full, Clairity-Clear,The Bass fishing on Jordan is improving and should just get better into Nov. The Shad are migrating to the backs of the creeks and the Spotted Bass are right there with them. I like to … Continue reading


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ABOUT THIS LAKE

Located twenty-five miles due north of the city of Montgomery in central Alabama, Lake Jordan is a 6,800-acre impoundment created by Alabama Power Company in 1928 on the Coosa River. Public and private boat ramps, as well as several private marinas provide access to Lake Jordan. Two popular public boating access areas include Bonner’s Point on the west side of the lake and Rotary Landing to the east.

From the river-like terrain found in the first 10 miles of the headwaters below Mitchell Dam to the lower end where the lake widens, Lake Jordan features 188 miles of irregular shoreline and many types of aquatic weeds, rocky banks and boulders scattered along deep, rock bluffs and loads of wood cover. Lake Jordan is very fertile and supports high densities of sport fish and forage species.

Coosa River spotted bass, largemouth bass, and hybrid striped bass make Lake Jordan an angler’s dream – and it’s an under-fished lake. The most productive times to fish are during spring and fall; during the summer months, nighttime bass fishing also can be very good. Largemouth bass are more cover oriented and are usually caught by fishing in or near dense water willow stands that grow near the shoreline. Spotted bass are more structure oriented and are likely to be caught from points, humps, ledges, rock piles, and vegetation.

Popular bass lures include willow-leaf spinnerbaits in white or shad color patterns, topwater chuggers and walking baits in shad colors, hard and soft plastic jerk-baits, and Carolina-rigged centipedes or finesse worms in various shades of green.

SEASONAL TEMPERATURES

MONTH HIGH LOW
Jan 60.3° F 37.9° F
Feb 61.9° F 38.7° F
Mar 70° F 45.5° F
Apr 77.1° F 51.9° F
May 84.9° F 60.4° F
Jun 91.7° F 68.2° F
Jul 92.4° F 70.9° F
Aug 92° F 70.6° F
Sep 88.7° F 65.7° F
Oct 79.4° F 54° F
Nov 68.5° F 42.9° F
Dec 60.1° F 38.1° F