Fishing Report on Texas Lakes

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Lake Meredith: GOOD. Water stained; 82 degrees; 54.40 feet low. The walleye bite has slowed, so try chasing crappie, bass or catfish. Bass are good on minnows and artificial baits. Cats are good on live, stinks, and punch baits. Crappie are good on minnows, jigs, small crankbaits, other artificials should work well. White bass are good on minnows, crankbaits and topwater lures. Trout are slow, so good luck out there. Walleye are fair on minnows, crawlers, crankbaits, grubs, and other artificials. The Shad have spawned, so try smaller presentations that mimic the shad size. Please be safe and watch weather reports. Life vests save lives. Report by Kenneth Wysong, SharKens Honey hole.

Lake Greenbelt: FAIR. Water stained; 77 degrees; 42.82 feet low. Fish are moving to deeper water, and the lake is low. Catfish are good at night with cheese bait and cut bait. Crappie are good with minnows and small jigs on brush piles and standing timber. Largemouth bass fair using crankbaits and spinnerbaits on grass lines. Sand bass are fair schooling deep 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; 23.79 feet low. As the summer heat increases fishing continues to be slow. Carp are biting on dough bait off the banks and docks. Largemouth bass are fair on the edge of deep grass and rocks with watermelon or pumpkin green wacky worms. Crappie are slow on brush. Catfish are fair in the channel and on rocks with shad and perch.

Alan Henry: FAIR. Water clear; 81 degrees; 8.27 feet low. Crappie are good in 30 feet of water in standing timber with minnows. The night bite is good under green lights in 25-35 feet of water. Report provided by Randy Britton, Lake Alan Henry Crappie Guide.

Arrowhead: GOOD. Water lightly stained; 85-88 degrees; 3.96 feet low. Summer fishing patterns are similar with fish following the bait fish to deeper water. Catfish are out in deeper water on and main lake flats. Blue catfish are good, drifting on the main part of the lake with fresh cut shad. Sand bass are schooling by the dam. Crappie are good on brush piles in 15-20 feet of water on jigs and minnows. Report by Brandon Brown, Brown’s Guide Service.

Information in this fishing report is from Texas Parks and Wildlife, Bitly link: https://bit.ly/2WY3ARx.

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