Lake Meredith: SLOW. Water stained; 51 degrees; 52.24 feet low. The bite should changing any day now as the weather warms. The best bite is early morning and evening. Walleye are good shallow on grubs, and on minnows in 20-49 feet of water. Bass are good on plastics, grubs, and creature baits. White bass are good on minnows. Catfish are still slow. Crappie are still slow. Report by Kenneth Wysong, SharKens Honey hole.
Lake Greenbelt: SLOW. Water stained; 48 degrees; 40.65 feet low. Fishing is slow and the lake is low. The spawn should be starting soon for largemouth and white bass. Largemouth bass bite is slow and shallow on spinner baits, and Texas rigs. Crappie and white bass are slow biting jigs and minnows.
White River: SLOW. Water stained; 38 degrees; 22.43 feet low. The crappie are slow on structure and brush piles using small jigs and minnows. Largemouth bass are fair shallow using crankbaits. Catfish are fair on cut and prepped bait.
Alan Henry: GOOD. Water clear; 50 degrees; 4.85 feet low. Look for warmer water for best success. Bass are good on crankbaits. Crappie are good on crappie jigs tipped with minnows.
Arrowhead: GOOD. Water lightly stained; 50 degrees; 2.70 feet low. Catfish are good shallow up to 10 feet using punch bait or fresh cut shad. Crappie are starting to transition into shallower water. No report on largemouth bass or white bass. Report by Brandon Brown, Brown’s Guide Service.
Possum Kingdom:GOOD. Water lightly stained; 50-54 degrees; 1.56 feet low. Striped bass are fair scattered from midlake to the north end on deadstick flukes in chartreuse, silver, and white. White bass are very hit or miss and should be moving up into the creeks to spawn soon. Catfish are good on cut shad in shallow water fished on bottom. Report provided by TJ Ranft, Ranft Guide Service. Striped bass are slow, but can be caught in 25-89 feet of water near the bottom on the north end of the lake. Soft plastics with a heavy weight to help sink it lower seems to do the trick, but be careful not to get hung up in the trees while slow trolling at 0.3-1.5 mph in the main river channel. These fish are holding deep so deadsticking with white or chartreuse will work best along with slabs. Report provided by Kraig Sexton, Sexton’s Guide Service LLC.
Information in this fishing report is from Texas Parks and Wildlife, Bitly link: https://bit.ly/2WY3ARx.
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