Lake Meredith: FAIR. Water stained; 72 degrees; 50.31 feet low. Fall is in full swing as the water temperatures have dipped to the low 70s. The walleye and white bass bite is on fire. South Canyon docks are great for white bass using rooster tails, white jigs, grub, and shallow running crankbait. The walleye and catfish are still a few cranks off the bottom using minnows.
Lake Greenbelt: SLOW. Water stained; 74 degrees; 38.70 feet low. Fishing continues to be hit and miss. Jug fishing on live bait for catfish continues to be the best bet.
White River: SLOW. Water stained; 66 degrees; 20.26 feet low. Fishing continues to be slow. Largemouth bass and stripers are fair in shallow water using plastics. Crappie are fair on minnows around rock structures. Walleye are good on minnows. Channel catfish are good on dough bait and minnows on the bottom.
Alan Henry: FAIR. Water clear; 70 degrees; 1.75 feet low. Fall fishing is in full swing, and the bite is good. Black bass, spotted bass, and largemouth bass are booming using brim-colored football jigs and trolling with crankbaits. Fish are schooling with a consistent topwater bite from 9 a.m.- 3 p.m. using topwater poppers. Crappie are good on minnows seeking out the structures. Catfish are fair on live bait, cut bait, and stinkbait.
Arrowhead: GOOD. Water lightly stained; 74 degrees; 1.49 feet low. The water temperature is starting to dip down, but not enough to change the fishing patterns just yet. Channel and blue catfish are good using cheese bait over baited holes or drifting with fresh cut shad. There is plenty of shade to be found. When you find it, you may find other catches mixed in. Black and white bass are slow. Crappie are good in deeper water using minnows and jigs.
Information in this fishing report is from Texas Parks and Wildlife, Bitly link: https://bit.ly/2WY3ARx.
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