On Maynor Creek, a 500-acre lake near Waynesboro, bass are generally holding shallow this month. The grass breaking up makes accessible sections of the lake that have been almost inaccessible to anglers earlier in the year; you can see baitfish concentrating in the grass and be able to catch the big bass that have been holding deep in the grass earlier in the year. […]
Maynor Creek, a 500-acre lake near Waynesboro, is a Pat Harrison Waterway District lake. One of the older lakes in that group, Maynor Creek had issues with its dam almost 10 years ago. The state pulled the water level down to repair the dam. […]
Maynor Creek is also known for good bass action, as well as producing plenty of catfish and bream. According to Shepard, the best bets for January fishing at Maynor Creek, in order, are crappie, bass, catfish, and bream. […]
Entering the gate at Maynor Creek Water Park creates a big-lake feel with the hospitality of a well-run private outfitter. At 450 acres, the lake has enough room to offer all of the area an angler wants, yet it’s small enough that getting out of a cold north wind is much easier than if fishing on a big wide open impoundment. […]
During November, we’ll be fishing 500-acre Maynor Creek, located just outside of Waynesboro, where numbers of big bass live.
Once the water starts cooling off, the bass fishing at Maynor Creek really gets good. At this time of the year, the big bass move up into the shallow water where they’re easier to catch in several different ways with a variety of lures. […]
Maynor Creek Water Park, consisting of about 500 acres and located near Waynesboro, once was a very productive bass-fishing lake before going into a downturn, but it’s currently making a comeback.
Big bass are being caught again at this lake that once produced numbers of 10-pounders. The lake was drawn down several years ago to repair the dam. Because of that drawdown, the buck willows and other groves of trees flourished on what was the lake bottom. When the lake was brought back to normal pool, an abundance of cover had sprung up close to the shoreline in the shallow water. […]