Not much of a report. Opeka still apparently sucks. I had to go into my workplace last week (I've been working from home since mid-March due to COVID) to help train somebody. Opeka is right across the street so I threw my fishing gear in the car and thought I'd give it a try after work. Not like I had to go very far.
Got there about 5:30. I only saw one other fisherman, which used to be unusual on a summer afternoon, but I guess most people feel this lake doesn't produce like it used to. The large fishing station that juts out north of the Willow tree was empty and that's usually the first place people used to set up at. Tried a wacky rig, a Biffle-bug (bottom seems good for those at Opeka), and a Ned rig. The only thing I caught was a snag in the rocks and I lost the Ned rig. I forgot how bad the inshore rocks can be on tackle at Opeka.
I still don't know what happened to this lake but it's so desolate most people don't appear to even try to fish it anymore. In short, don't waste your time. If anybody catches anything there I'd like to hear about it. Opeka Lake 8-20-2020
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