Fishing Report on Texas Lakes - June 3

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Lake Meredith: GOOD. Water stained; 66 degrees; 51.08 feet low. Black bass are good fishing shallow on points and vegetation as much as possible, still flashing bright lures and watching for surface activity early. Walleye are good starting to slow but enjoy this time. Crappie remain great with minnows and jigs fishing structures. Channel catfish are fair on cut bait and live bait near the dam.


Arrowhead: FAIR. Water stained; 70-72 degrees; 0.07 feet high. Largemouth bass are great south using all sorts of structures especially drops and docks on worms, crankbaits, and spinners sinking deeper than the last couple of weeks. White bass are fair on Alabama Rigs around 15 feet. Crappie are fair on jigs and minnows on man-made structures. Catfish are fair at all depths on cheese bait, stinkbait, and minnows.


Lake Greenbelt: FAIR. Water stained; 67 degrees; 39.73 feet low. Black bass are fair in vegetation and less working points or drops lacking the habitat and typical feeding behavior using weedless baits. Catfish are fair on live bait lake-wide. Walleye are good, seeming to circle faster than normal in water depths 6 feet. Sunfish and crappie from dusk and overnight around most covered structures. White bass are slow.



White River: SLOW. Water stained; 67-70 degrees; 24.88 feet low. Drought conditions continue to be in place. Please check boat ramp access. Largemouth bass are good on days with less than 20 miles per hour wind on Carolina rigged worms, weighted worms, and soft plastic white jigs preferring fallen timber and vegetation. Crappie are good on jigs preferring shallow vegetation. Walleye are good on small spinners, and small crankbait reeled very slowly. Channel Cats are great are fair on live bait, cut bait, and stinkbait.


Alan Henry: GOOD. Water clear 70 degrees; 5.08 feet low. Black bass are good using boat equipment to identify drops and points to work crankbaits, spinners, and worms. Crappie are fair with jigs further south. 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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