Lake Glenville is a great place for spring fishing. This lake is full of largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, walleye, yellow perch, crappie, rainbow and brown trout, large brim, and catfish. The walleye and bass tend to stick close to the rocks below the falls. You can find the crappie and brim near the banks, while the trout swim over the channel. If you head over in the summer, start early or late in the day. During the fall, you’ll find the trout and walleye in the cooler, shallower areas. Because Lake Glenville is at a higher elevation than many lakes, the water tends to be colder. This creates good oxygen levels that help the fish thrive. If you want to find the largemouth and smallmouth bass, look in the back of the creeks. The best baits to use to catch the smallmouth bass are hand tied float n’ flies, jerbaits, slow-moving finesse rigs, and hair jigs.
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