Kaysville Ponds Fishing Report – Largemouth Bass & More!

Kaysville Ponds Fishing Report

This is a Kaysville Ponds fishing report on what I discovered on my recent trip chasing Largemouth Bass on these ponds. Over the years I’ve been up to the Kaysville ponds fishing with limited success. This time I went to a different pond, and found some decent largemouth bass fishing. Here are all the logistics of where to fish, what to use, and other pieces of information I wished I would have known to help you when fishing the Kaysville Ponds. Enjoy the post!




Kaysville Ponds Fishing Report

This Kaysville Ponds fishing report trip for Largemouth Bass was met with some success. In a short morning of fishing, I caught 3 fish. One of the bass was about 3lbs which was cool. I learned some things on this trip I wish I would have known before hand which would of yielded better results. Here are those things I wish I knew, the conditions, what to use, and a video of some of the action on bass fishing Kaysville Ponds. Hopefully, you can take this information, and plan a successful outing for yourself fishing.

Kaysville Ponds Fishing Report – Conditions

This trip transpired on a hot morning in August before going into work. I used an Airhead SUP to paddle around on the lower pond for this trip. Here is a list of the conditions, to help you piece together what was going on to help you catch more fish.

Weather

Bright Sunny Skies. Air Temperature High in the high 90’s.

Wind

0 – 4 MPH. Flat Calm all morning.

Water Clarity

Stained. Visibility about 5 feet.

Water Temperature

Mid 70’s. Really warm.

Kaysville Ponds Fishing Report Conditions
Kaysville Ponds Fishing Report Conditions were bright & sunny and hot! Yet I was able to catch this solid tank first thing in the morning pitching into the grass holes.

Kaysville Ponds Fishing Report – Best Baits

There were quite a few different baits in the rotation on this trip. A frog, swim jig, and some others that didn’t pan out like I’d hoped. Here is the details of the best bait that caught every fish for me on my Kaysville Ponds fishing report trip. You can also see it in action in the video further in this report to get a better idea of how it works.

Jackall Cover Craw

The green pumpkin 3″ Jackall Cover Craw is solid for fishing the Kaysville Ponds for Largemouth bass. It caught every fish for this trip. Including a 3 lbs saucy bass. I’m confident if I would have started out using this bait, I probably would of tied into a few more. The cover craw works best with a 2/0 owner twist lock hook. The 2/0 twist lock gives you better hook ups because the thick body of the cover craw is able to swivel further down out of the way when you set the hook. The key was to pitch the cover craw into the deep grass holes, and let it slowly fall down to the bottom. The bass would suck it up on the fall, you really have to watch your line close so you don’t miss them.

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This is a couple pictures of the stud of a largemouth bass caught fishing Kaysville Ponds on the Jackall Cover Craw

Kaysville Ponds Fishing Report – Best Spots

Here is a map of the area I fished on the Kaysville ponds, and where I caught fish. Just subscribe to the blog in the form below if you haven’t yet, and you will be able to view the map. Subscription is free, and you will get notified of any new posts in your email. You can unsubscribe anytime, if you aren’t staying stoked. Hopefully, these spots can also produce a few bites for you!

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Kaysville Ponds Fishing Report – Video

Here is some video action of my Kaysville Ponds fishing report. Unfortunately, the first big fish wasn’t captured on film. Still, I was able to get a few of them on the camera, and also a cool encounter with one of my followers. Don’t forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel, and hit the like button if you enjoyed this quick clip. Get Stoked!

 

Kaysville Ponds Fishing Report – Thoughts

Honestly, I enjoyed fishing the ponds. The bank was super thick, and really the only effective way is from a kayak or SUP. It was fun flipping into the grass holes. Plus, it was small so you could fish the pond really quickly, and get back to the grind of day to day living. Hopefully, you enjoyed this Kaysville ponds fishing report.

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