Lake Meredith: GOOD. Water stained; 75-80 degrees; 53.80 feet low. Bass are good on minnows and artificial baits. Catfish are good on live, stink and punch baits. Crappie are excellent with the ticket being minnows, but jigs, grubs and other artificials will get it done too. White bass are excellent on minnows, crankbaits, and any type of artificial. Trout are slow, slow, slow, some still being caught on power baits and small spinners. Walleye are excellent on minnows with a crawler harness, crankbaits, grubs, and other artificials. Overall the bite is in full swing and many anglers are catching limits anywhere from 5-40 feet of water. Please be safe, watch weather reports. Life vests save lives. Hope this helps you enjoy Lake Meredith. Report by Kenneth Wysong, SharKens Honey hole.
Lake Greenbelt: FAIR. Water stained; 77 degrees; 42.30 feet low. Best fishing is early morning and later in the evening. Catfishing at night is good with cheese bait and cut bait. Crappie are good using minnows and small jigs on brush piles and standing timber. Largemouth bass fair with an early morning topwater bite, and using crankbaits and spinner baits on grass lines. Sand bass are good schooling on humps biting silver spoons. Walleye are good scattered all over the lake on crappie jigs, buzz bait and minnows.
White River: SLOW. Water stained; 79 degrees; 23.27 feet low. Fishing off the pier in 4-6 feet of water is reeling in catfish and white bass. Catfish are good on cut shad. White bass and crappie are fair with many small sized catches under the pier lights on trout flies and small jigs.
Alan Henry: FAIR. Water clear; 81 degrees; 7.47 feet low. Fish are in that summer pattern biting the same as we head into another hot Texas weekend. Crappie are good in 25-40 feet of water over trees with minnows. There is a great night bite under green lights in 35 feet of water. Report provided by Randy Britton, Lake Alan Henry Crappie Guide.
Information in this fishing report is from Texas Parks and Wildlife, Bitly link: https://bit.ly/2WY3ARx.
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