Lake Meredith: GOOD. Water stained; 53 degrees; 51.86 feet low. Fish are moving to deeper water. Trout are good on worms, dough and power baits using shiny casting lures in silver or gold, orange, red and blue have also proved successful. Walleye are good on minnows, worms, and grubs. Report by Kenneth Wysong, SharKens Honey hole.
Stamford: FAIR. Water stained; 53 degrees; 1.33 feet low. Fishing has been hit or miss due to the colder weather. Reports that the jig bite is down.
Lake Greenbelt: SLOW. Water stained; 50 degrees; 40.16 feet low. The winds are blowing and few fishermen are out on the lake. Report that the crappie are biting has come in.
White River: SLOW. Water stained; 55 degrees; 21.62 feet low. The crappie bite has slowed, with a few catches around the pier in 4-6 feet of water using chartreuse colored jigs tipped with crappie bait.
Alan Henry: GOOD. Water clear; 55-60 degrees; 3.60 feet low. Fishing at Alan Henry is excellent. On the days leading up to a cold front, the fish feed heavily. Bass are good using football head jigs and spoons off ledges in 30-40 feet of water. The crappie good crappie jigs tipped with minnows. Report by Phillip Pool, Gone Fish’n Guide Service.
Arrowhead: GOOD. Water lightly stained; 50-55 degrees; 2.24 feet low. Fishing is the same as we bring in the New Year. Catfish are good on the shallow flats and in deeper water on fresh cut shad. The crappie bite is slow, but continues to be around the derricks and on brush piles. Report by Brandon Brown, Brown’s Guide Service.
Twin Buttes: SLOW. Water stained. 57 degrees. 12.42 feet low. Fishing continues to be slow as we bring in the new year. White bass are fair in 25-28 feet of water biting equally on jigs or live bait. Crappie and Catfish are slow. Report by Captain Michael Peterson, 4 Reel Fun Guide Service.
Information in this fishing report is from Texas Parks and Wildlife, Bitly link: https://bit.ly/2WY3ARx.
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