March 7th-14th – Percy Priest Lake

“The last 7 days Brian Carper’s Guide Service has produced several successful bass fishing trips catching dozens of quality bass! Shallow lures such as spooks and crankbaits have been the ticket. With the water temperature in the upper 50’s to low 60’s there is no need to fish deeper than 5ft! As for the crappie, they are migrating into creeks, coves, and pockets staging in 4ft-12ft of water. Big bellies full of eggs are starting to swing into the boat! It’s time to get out on the lake! Spring fishing is here! So don’t wait to book your fishing trip and get in on the action! We also have a pontoon boat for family and group trips!!! You can find more details at Call today 615-801-2408 Lastly, if you would like to receive my 100% detailed fishing reports on where BCGS catches their fish, what they’re catching them on, and patterns that are effective, sign up for my Premium Reports here! We have almost 200 members that form an active private forum where I post my reports and more! BCGS Elite Videos have been HOT. We now have several dozen subscribers that have tapped into the best resource in Middle TN for learning how to catch more and bigger bass and crappie on Percy Priest Lake. Click here to watch 3 sample videos”

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