Fishing Report on Texas Lakes

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Lake Meredith: FAIR. Water stained; 65 degrees; 51.29’ low. Black bass are fair, hoping spring brings the promise of more water. Fish on worms, spinners, and crankbait around standing vegetation and rocky structures. Walleye are great using smaller spinners, crankbait, and jigs trolling mid-lake around 6 feet. Crappie are fair on jigs habitat is not consistent. White bass are slow. Channel catfish are fair fishing stinkbait and cut bait.


Nasworthy: GOOD. Water murky; 69 degrees. 0.97’ low. Black bass are good to fair working shallow with murkier water using topwater, soft plastic baits, and reeled baits with vegetation in subtle colors if you are diving baits. Crappie are fair on jigs using bridges, piers, and docks. White bass are fair on spoons and Alabama rigs above brush, drops, and working deep points. Catfish are fair on live and prepped baits throughout the lake.


Lake Greenbelt: FAIR. Water stained; 64 degrees; 39.71’ low. Black bass are good to fair on spinners, worms, and bass jigs working standing vegetation, trees, and brush. Catfish are fair on live bait lakewide. Walleye are fair to good slow reeling on sandy points and rocks 10 feet to the bottom feet. Sunfish and crappie are fair-biting early evening around most covered structures. White bass are slow.



White River: FAIR. Water murky; 65-67 degrees; 24.96’ low. Drought conditions are still in place. Please check boat ramp access. Largemouth bass are fair with most activity along the dam, lacking other suitable habitat, on worms, crankbait, and spinners. Crappie are fair staying to timber where you can find at least 4 feet of depth. Walleye are fair working coves and mid-lake where depths could reach at least 8 feet. Catfish are fair on live bait, cut bait, and prepared bait near the Marina.


Alan Henry: FAIR. Water clear 67-69 degrees; 5.82’ low. Black bass are good, especially with rain and increasing temperatures this week, but stay away on east wind days. Fish with crankbaits, spinners, and worms staying close to the dam and using the plentiful habitats of rocks and timber. Crappie are fair with jigs in shallower timber and around the pier. Catfish are fair on live bait, cut bait, and stinkbait.


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

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