Texas Fishing Report

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The weekly fishing report compiled for the Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife for October 23 and also available online at https://tpwd.texas.gov/fishboat/fish/recreational/fishreport.phtml:

CENTRAL

AUSTIN: GOOD. Clear water; 75 degrees; 0.71 feet low. The sea bass is good in upper waters in feeding coves and streams, along with white spinners on grass beds along the coast. Moonfish is good in heavy templates, cut worms and corn. The flatheads and the blue catfish are just in baits prepared at 5 feet and deeper under the corks.

BASTROP: FAIR. Clear to slightly stained; 74-77 degrees; 0.68 feet low. The largemouth bass is good in the upper waters, Carolina's plastic worms and lizards. Bigmouths are being found around the vegetation along with stream beds and sharp shelves. Fish types are good in templates and live baits mostly around wood at this time of year. The blue catfish and the carcass are fair in stinkbait or cutbait. The flathead catfish is just with the live bait. The Creek canals and near the plant continue to be successful.

BELTON: FAIR. Clear to slightly stained water; 75-77 degrees; 1.96 feet low. The largemouth bass is right on stickbaits, chuggers, buzzbaits, crankbaits and plastic worms. The small mouth bass is fair in larvae and buzzbaits. Successful locations remain at the edges of the feed streams and in the deepest feeders. Hybrid strips are fair in templates and connecting rods. The type of fish is turning mainly on templates or bright glitters. The blue catfish and the carcass are fair in shad, shrimp, blood bait and stench more than 6 feet deep throughout the lake.

BROWNWOOD: FAIR. Clear to slightly stained water; 76-79 degrees; 3.05 feet low. Largemouth bass are good at crankbaits, jigs, spinnerbaits and topwater. They have been moving to shallow water in their fall pattern. The white bass is good on slabs and school baits in the main lake area. Catfish has been good in prepared baits and in trot lines with tarpon bait. The night is still successful for all catfish.

Buchanan: well. Stained water; 75-78 degrees; 1.92 feet low. The sea bass is good along the shore at 5 feet or less with lures, jigs and lighter spinners. Striped basses are fair in plastic swimming baits and Rat-L-Traps traps along the edges of bait fish. The white bass is good for small fish and twisted tail templates that are educated in shallower water than normal 12-18 feet. The type of fish is good in heavy fish type templates and small live fish in the structure. With the right bait, catfish are good all over the lake. Channel catfish has been good in stinky bait, yellow / blue catfish is good in live or stinky bait.

LAKE DEL CAÑÓN: FAIR. Clear to slightly stained water; 76-79 degrees; 2.53 feet low. Largemouth bass continues to be good in surface water, plastic worms and cranks that fit the depths and structure. The type of fish is poor with heavy templates and small fish. The white bass has been right in the little fish in the part of the river. Hybrid and striped bass are excellent in baits, larvae and jigging spoons. Fish finders have been in the location of hybrids and plotters. Catfish is good for stink and cutbait for blue catfish and carcass. The live bait has been consistent for the flat head.

FAYETTE: GOOD. Slightly stained. 76-78 degrees; The largemouth bass is good in buzzbaits and the surface water worked as close as possible to the edge of the vegetation. Spinners and grassless worm platforms are the best among the grass and the deepest edges of the canals. Moonfish are fair to worms and crickets. The catfish is right with stinky bait, live bait and cut bait in most areas of the lake.

GRANBURY: GOOD. Stained water. 74-77 degrees 0.81 feet low. The storms at the end of last week further established autumn fishing conditions and reduced water temperatures. Largemouth bass is good with crankbaits and shallower jigs. The type of fish is good with the fish and the templates. Catfish is a fair catch on primed holes. The white bass follows the bait fish. They are still caught trolling and jigging with slabs.

GRANGER: GOOD. Clear water; 76 degrees; 0.83 feet low. The black basses are good upstream and Willis Creek in cranks and sewage model A. The type of fish is very good throughout the lake and in some structures in jigs and fish. The white bass is right in the slab spoons caught on humps and ridges. The blue catfish is just in bait cut fish in jar lines. The flathead catfish is slow. The dam area has been holding the largest catfish.

LBJ: FAIR. Clear to stained water; 76-78 degrees; 0.77 feet low. The largemouth bass is fair with worms and insoles in private docks and all kinds of coverages. The type of fish has been decent in the templates. The white bass is right on smaller cranks and little fish with deep and medium level schooling. Fish types are good in templates with weight and the fish have been very active last week. The catfish is good for stinky bait and cut bait, flathead catfish is good for live bait. Trotting lines are better with live bait.

CALIZA: FAIR. Stained water; 74-76 degrees; 2.76 feet low. Sea bass is good for plastic worms and buzz baits in mouths and streams. White sea bass and hybrid stripes are fair in slabs of baitfish and birds that follow. Fish types are fair for small fish or fish type templates in more than 4 feet. The catfish is good in cut tarpon, shrimp, worms or prepared baits.

NAVARRO MILLS: FAIR. Stained water; 76-79 degrees. 2.11 feet low. The types of fish are fair with the fish and the templates by structure. The catfish remains just at the west end of the lake in the primed holes. The white bass is good on the slabs around the main points of the lake, schooling has been fair. The black bass has recovered and they are fair with the insoles.

PROCTOR: FAIR. Stained water. 74-78 degrees 2.99 feet low. The largemouth bass is just in the insoles, and the plastic worms that remain around the middle water structure and the streams of the north end. Troll for stripper has been fair. The type of fish has been good, especially near the spillway in the insoles and has collected some among the normal structure. The catfish has been good with stinky bait and cut bait.

SOMERVILLE: GOOD. Water slightly stained; 75-77 degrees; 0.36 feet low. He has been stable since last week. Largemouth bass is good for plastic worm baits, spinners and higher waters. Hybrid strips and white bass are fair in open water chasing the shad across the lake. Fish types are fair with small fish and insoles, especially around the quarry. Catfish is good for stink, live bait and cut bait. Trotting lines are better with cut bait.

STILL HOLLOW: FAIR. Clear water; 76-79 degrees; 1.96 feet low. The bigmouths are good in the upper waters and with soft plastics, especially in the Lampasas, just past the bridge on the southwest side. The white bass is right in the downriggers fish in open water with small spoons and school baits. Moonfish are fair in shallow cut worms.

TRAVIS: FAIR. Water slightly stained; 77-79 degrees; 8.92 feet low. The largemouth bass is the most active in the swing of the main canal in upper waters and spinners. The sharp falls in Colorado and Pedernales have been producing. Fish types are good for fish and light colored templates. The white bass has not been seen on the main lake, but it has been decent at the edges of the deeper coves. The catfish is right in cut bait, prepared bait and live bait.

WALTER E. LARGO: FAIR. Stained water. 77-80 degrees; The sea bass is good for plastic worms, topwater and jigs. Striper hybrid are slow. The type of fish is slow. Catfish is right in prepared baits, cut baits and live baits. Moonfish can be trapped in crickets and corn in shallow water.

WACO: GOOD. Water slightly stained. 75-78 degrees; 3.72 feet low. The largemouth bass is fair in spinnerbaits, buzzbaits and plastic worms around the Forest that move to a traditional fall start. Fish types are good for small fish and light colored insoles with weight in medium brush piles. Moonfish are fair to worms or crickets. The blue catfish and the carcass are fair in the cut shad, the live bait and the blood-prepared bait.

WHITNEY: FAIR. Stained water; 76-78 degrees; 6.18 feet low. Black bass is good in plastic worms, crank baits and surface waters. The white bass is right in spinnerbaits and with little fish in the entire main reservoir following the birds. The type of fish is fair with the fish and the templates. Catfish is good for live shad, stinky bait and cut bait.

NORTHEAST

ARLINGTON: FAIR. Stained water; 75-77 degrees; 1.67 feet low. The sea bass are good light-colored spinners and plastic worms near the main body of the lake and the plant. Cloudy water has been affecting conditions in the extreme south. The types of fish are fair with small fish and templates around the docks and structure. The catfish is good for live bait and the stench anywhere below 5 feet deep.

ATHENS: FAIR. Clear to stained water; 74-76 degrees; 1.04 feet low. The largemouth bass is fair in upper waters, Texas platforms, crankbaits and spinnerbaits. An access point has been near Bear Creek. Fish types are fair with small fish and insoles. All catfish are good at cutbait and stinkbait. Moonfish is good on earthworms cut around shallow vegetation and on shallow boat docks.

BENBROOK: FAIR. Stained water; 74-79 degrees; 11.93 feet low. The largemouth bass is fair in Carolina's worms and the lighter colored rotating baits. Largemouth movement has been traced in medium to low depth waters. The type of fish is fair with the little fish and the templates around the structures. The hybrid striped bass and the white bass are good on the surface with slabs, spinners or spoons that identify schools. The catfish is good for the stench and the live bait. Luna fish are fair with prepared bait granules or cut worms.

BOB SANDLIN: FAIR. Water slightly stained; 76-78 degrees; 0.88 feet low. Largemouth bass is good for surface baits, and spinners continue to approach the shore. Fish types are good in templates and fish around underwater structures. The white bass is right in the templates. Catfish is good for worms or bed bugs.

BRIDGE BRIDGE: FAIR. Clear water; 74-78 degrees: 5.05 feet low. Black bass is fair in rigged worms, topwater and medium depth crankbaits. The type of fish is good with templates and fish. The white bass is good in slabs and with small fish live. Hybrids are fair in slabs. Catfish is right in shrimp and cut bait.

CADDO: GOOD. Water slightly stained; 75-78 degrees; 0.45 feet tall. Sea bass are good at surface baits, plastic worms and rotating baits that move shallower and up in streams. The type of fish has been smaller and is right in the small fish and jigs drag brush. The catfish is right with stinky bait and live bait.

CEDAR CREEK: FAIR. Water slightly stained; 74-77 degrees, 2.00 feet low. The largemouth bass is fair in the spinnerbaits, the baits of creatures rigged by Carolina, the plastic worms and the buzzbaits towards the northern bridges 198 and 175. Hybrid stripper are good with traps of blue and silver rats that follow the birds. The type of fish is right in the pink and white templates that shoot under a large man-made structure. Catfish are good in cut tarpon and live bait. Use live bait with trotlines.

COOPER: FAIR. Clear water; 76-80 degrees; 1.85 feet low. The sea bass is fair in the upper waters, the Texas rigged cats, the worms and the Carolina spinners. Follow the descents and settle on beds of underwater streams. White bass continues to be good in slabs and live baits. Channel cats are good for perforated bait and cut bait.

MOUNTAIN EAGLE: FAIR. Water slightly stained; 73-77 degrees; 2.15 feet low. The largemouth bass is fair with plastic worms, light colored spinners and templates around the entrance of the Trinity River and private docks. Fish types are good for small fish and insoles. At night, catfish are good for cut bait and prepared bait.

FORK: GOOD. Stained water; 75-78 degrees; 1.72 feet low. The sea bass is fair in plastic worms, Alabama platforms and higher waters. Lunker fishermen continue to work around 8-15 feet deep and around points. The white and yellow bass are good on the Alabama platforms. The type of fish is right on the insoles and little fish on the stumps or man-made structures. Catfish are good in prepared baits and cut baits, especially at night.

GRAHAM: GOOD. Water slightly stained; 76-79 degrees; 2.61 feet low. Black bass is good in water, with worms and spinnerbaits. The north end of Eddleman has been becoming a low shelter. The type of fish is right in the templates and the small fish with medium structure. The white bass is good on Alabama slabs and platforms. The catfish is just in cut shad and livebait.

WINE: GOOD. Stained water; 74-79 degrees; 2.15 feet low. Black bass is good on worms rigged in Texas and Carolina, rotating baits and buzzbaits. The structures, the Denton stream and the rocky shores continue to be a good move; even in shallow water. The white bass continues to be good in live shad, especially around the dam. Fish types are fair with small fish and insoles. The catfish seems easy to catch with live bait and prepared with patience and bobbers.

JACKSONVILLE: FAIR. Water slightly stained; 76-78 degrees; 1.01 feet low. The sea bass are fair along the dam and are transferred to the feedwater with spinners, jigs and cranks. The type of fish is right in the templates. Catfish are fair in the cut shad and prepared bait. The trot lines have continued to produce success.

JOE POOL: FAIR. Water slightly stained; 74 degrees; 2.82 feet low. The big mouth bite is good to good in soft plastic worms with T-rigging, spinnerbaits and crankbaits at 5-15 feet in windy weather. In calm waters, a C-rig or drop shot at the edge of stream channels with any structure present and more than 20 feet deep will produce results.

KEMP: GOOD. Clear water; 76-79 degrees; 2.21 feet low. The large mouth is good in Texas straight-tailed worms and 1/2 oz white hooks. Under the bridges they have slowed down and the water cover is unpredictable. The type of fish has been excellent and has expanded its path in the fish type templates that are reflective. White bass and hybrid continue to be good in the southern portion of the lake in artificial and live baits. Catfish are good with baits prepared for blood and liver.

LAKE OF THE PINOS: FAIR. Water slightly stained; 72-76 degrees; 0.89 feet tall. The sea bass is fair in surface waters, spinners, swimming baits and chat baits. The type of fish is slow and the catfish is slow. We had an interesting week in terms of weather, with some foggy conditions that make some mornings harder.

LAVON: FAIR. Stained water; 74-78 degrees: 4.41 feet low. Sunday was hard for us around Lake Lavon with storms that damaged the area. Fishing conditions were recorded before the weather event. Largemouth bass are good at white spinners, Carolina lizards, Texas rigged worms and crankbaits. The patterns have been a bit sporadic, so keep in mind the light. The white bass is right in deeper waters near the dam in small jigs and little fish. Alabama Rigs started producing under white and made me a fan. The type of fish is fair in templates and fishes. The catfish is good for live bait, cut bait and prepared blood bait.

LEWISVILLE: GOOD. Stained water; 75-78 degrees; 2.14 feet low. The sea bass is good in surface waters, plastic baits rigged from Texas and spinnerbaits that move from medium waters to shallow waters. The white bass is good in slabs and has been schooled. Fish types are good in small fish and weighted insoles around a larger expanded structure. The catfish is just with prepared bait and cut bait. Hybrid has slowed down to the fair around the humps all over the main lake.

MARTIN CREEK: FAIR. Water slightly stained; 76-79 degrees; 3.02 feet low. The sea bass is fair in the upper waters, baits of manipulated creatures from Texas and jigs with blades as fall fishing conditions develop. The type of fish is good to good in templates and small fish around lots of bushes and stream channels. Catfish is good for live baits, cut baits or prepared baits.

PALESTINE: GOOD. Water slightly stained; 75-78 degrees; 1.52 feet low. The sea bass is good in worms and jigs rigged with Carolina in stream beds. They are also close to the creek: get as close as possible to the creek to hook them. The type of fish is fair in templates and fishes. Hybrid strips are good for little fish. White bass is good on slabs around the deepest water in the dam, but it has been harder to find recently. Catfish is excellent in shadds and chicken livers.

PALO PINTO: FAIR. Clear water; 76-79 degrees; 2.84 feet low. Largemouth bass are consistent with Carolina's plastic worms, spinners and shallower baits. The ridges have still been consistent, but so has the shallow vegetation. Fish types are fair with small fish and insoles. The white bass is right on the live shad. Striped basses are slow in live shad and jigs. The catfish is right in the live shad, the little fish and the stench.

RUB HUBBARD: FAIR. Stained water; 76 degrees; 3.26 feet low. The largemouth bass is fair in the spinners, and the water poppers from the spillway to the power plant move about 8 feet. The type of fish is still good in the insoles and the little fish under the bridges and some in the wood. The white bass and hybrid strokes are fair in slabs in the lower lake. Catfish are good for bad smell, livers and cut baits.

RAY ROBERTS: FAIR. Stained water: 74-77 degrees; 0.92 feet low. The sea bass is fair in worms and light-colored Carolina lizards, spinners, jerky baits and surface waters at 6-10 feet to find the appropriate coves with decent vegetation. The white bass is right on Alabama's spoons and platforms. The type of fish is fair in templates and fishes. Bluegill are good with worms cut between brush. The catfish is good for live bait and stink, but you should look for some deeper water to find the largest catfish.

RICHLAND CAMERAS: GOOD. Water slightly stained; 76-79 degrees; 2.72 feet low. The seabass are fair and have resorted to mixing upstream in spinners and wooden spoons. Topwater has been more successful at the edges and in less populated places. White sea bass and hybrids are good in slabs and templates using their fish search equipment to identify bait fish banks. Fish types are fair with small fish and insoles. The catfish is just with the live bait and the bait cut above the bobbers.

SQUAW CREEK: FAIR. Water slightly stained; 76 degrees; 1.42 feet low. Cat fishing has been excellent while fishing around the wood along the stream channels in the middle of the lake and to the north. Whisk with sour grain is an excellent way to be more successful when targeting these fish. Black bass fishing has been good this week in shallow and deep structures.

SULFUR SPRINGS: FAIR. Stained water; 74-76 degrees; 0.52 feet low. The sea bass is becoming fair in the plastic worms rigged in Texas, in the surface water, in the spinnerbaits and in the low jigs near the airport and in Century Lake. The type of fish is slow in the fish. Catfish are fair in night crawlers, they cut stinky and live baits at night.

TAWAKONI: FAIR. Stained water; 75-78 degrees; 1.42 feet low. Largemouth bass are fair in spinnerbaits, plastic worms and jigs. Fall is showing its peak and has been shallow, which is similar to spring trips. White basses and hybrid strips are good in Alabama slabs, spoons and platforms. The type of fish is right in the little fish underneath. Catfish are fair with the stench, worms and chicken livers.

TEXOMA: GOOD. Stained water; 72-78 degrees; 0.51 feet low. Largemouth bass is good in the upper waters, worms rigged in Texas and spinners. The type of fish is right in the little fish and the templates in the wooden structure. Striped basses are good in live shad with the normal bite. The catfish is right in the live moonfish, cut bait, prepared dumplings and small fish. The jogging lines continue to be excellent.

TYLER: GOOD. Water slightly stained; 77 degrees; 2.08 feet low. The largemouth bass is fair in the spinnerbaits, Carolina manipulated bait creatures and crankbaits in both lakes. Topwater has continued successfully in the western portion. The type of fish is right in the templates below the docks. The catfish is good in all stinky baits and live baits under a cork. The white bass is good in slabs. The hybrid plotter is good with Rat-L-Traps following the birds on the surface.

TIME: FAIR. Stained water; 75-78 degrees; 2.93 feet low. The largemouth bass is just in rotating baits and plastic worms in the stream beds. The white bass is good with smaller crankbaits or Alabama Rigs. The type of fish is fair in small fish and insoles in marine areas. Catfish is good for crabs, livers, blood baits and cut baits.

Worth it. Water slightly stained; 75-78 degrees; 1.78 feet low. The largemouth bass is fair with plastic worms and spinners of lighter colors. Surface baits have been unpredictable. Fish types are good for small fish and insoles near the beds and the deck. The catfish is just with live bait, stinky bait and cut bait.

Wright Patman: Fair. Water slightly stained; 76-79 degrees; 3.70 feet tall. Largemouth bass is good with jigs, spinnerbaits, poppers and plastic worms. The white bass is hitting slabs and spoons. The type of fish is right in the templates. The catfish is good for cut bait, live bait and stinky bait. The activity and movement of the fish have been greater in the last week and have affected all species.

SOUTH

FRIENDSHIP: FAIR. Stained water; 72-76 degrees; 32.27 feet low. The largemouth bass is good in most water rigs, buzzbaits, spinners, plastic worms, worms, especially around the Devil's river. The white bass has not shown much activity recently. Catfish are fair in stinky bait and cut bait. Some primed holes have been attracting catfish. Remember to stay on the Texas side unless you have a Mexican fishing license.

SKULLS: GOOD. Water stained; 79-83 degrees. 1.82 feet low. Catfish is good for bed bugs, liver and live tarpon. The red drum are good traps for crabs and rattles. The largemouth bass has been fair in plastic worms, crank baits and rotating baits. Under scratched hybrid and just to slow down in spoons and rattle traps.

CHOKE CANYON: FAIR. Stained water; 74-78 degrees; 16.93 feet low. Largemouth bass is fair in topwater, buzzbaits, jigs, plastic worms, spinners and tubular baits. White bass is slow with small fish and smaller rattlesnakes. The type of fish is slow in all rigs. All catfish are good in larger live baits and cut baits. The fingers of the west and the coves of the north have been producing the best results recently.

CORPUS CHRISTI: GOOD. Stained water; 76-80 degrees; 2.58 feet low. Seabass are good at Texas-rigged worms, Carolina rigs, spinners and cranks if you go as far north as you can. The white bass is right in the rattle traps. The type of fish is good to good in small fish and live. They are still sticking to the structures. The catfish is pretty good with cut bait and bait with cheese in the main parts of the lake.

FALCON: FAIR. Water slightly stained; 75-80 degrees; 35.49 feet low. The black bass is fair in soft plastic worms, spinners and upper waters. The best environments continue around weeds, tips and flooded humps. The type of fish is still slow. Catfish is good for all live baits, including shrimp, shad and stinky bait. Remember to stay on the Texas side unless you have a Mexican fishing license.

MEDINA: FAIR. Stained water; 77 degrees; 6.36 feet low. The largemouth bass is right in jigs, spinners, little fish and plastic sheets around shallow waterways and north of Bruin Creek. The type of fish is slow with templates and heavy small fish. The white bass is right in small crankbait and jigs. Striped basses are fair in rattle traps. The small mouth bass is fair in larvae and white insoles. Catfish is right in live baits and blood baits.

TEXANA: FAIR. Stained water; 75-79 degrees; 4.69 feet low. Largemouth bass is good in most rolled baits, insoles and soft plastics rigged in Texas. Most black bass have moved between 5-10 feet. The type of fish is right in the templates. The catfish is good to good with stinky bait, cut bait and live bait. Trotlines are good for all catfish species.

VICTOR BRAUNIG: FAIR. Water slightly stained; 77-79 degrees; Largemouth bass is fair in Carolina's plastic worms and rotating baits. The red drum has been good at the points. The striped bass is right in the insoles and the shad live. The small mouth bass is fair in larvae and white insoles. The red drum is right in rattlesnakes or live bait with lobster. The catfish is just with live bait and bait with cheese. All species have remained close to the power plant, so there will not be many changes until next week.

SOUTHEAST

CONROE: GOOD. Stained water; 72-79 degrees; 2.22 feet low. Largemouth bass is good in water poppers, jigs, spinners and buzzbaits. Largemouth fishing from the bank has been exceptional as long as it can cover multiple depths of water. Fish types are fair with small fish and insoles. Catfish are good for stinky bait and cut bait.

GIBBONS: FAIR. Stained water; 75-78 degrees; The largemouth bass is fair in most of Carolina's soft and buzzing plastics of light color that move to a shallower structure and points. The type of fish is right in the insoles, especially in warmer discharge waters. The catfish is good for live bait and bait prepared with liver flavor.

HOUSTON COUNTY: FAIR. Stained water; 75-79 degrees; 0.18 feet low. The black bass is good in soft plastics, buzzbaits and spinners that hold fish 4-8 feet better on the east side of the lake. The white bass is still slow with templates and spoons. The types of fish are fair to small fish and have greater catchability. The sunfish is good for live worms. The catfish is good in tarpon and stinky.

Livingston: Fair. Water slightly stained; 76-79 degrees; 0.76 feet low. Largemouth bass is fair in plastics, spinners, topwater and jigs rigged from Carolina or Texas. Position yourself towards the Kickapoo. Striped basses are good for spoons and for chasing Rat-L-Traps. Fish types are fair with small fish and insoles. The white bass has been good in spoons. Catfish is right in live baits and baits prepared with flavor.

NACONICHE: FAIR. Clear water; 73-75 degrees; The largemouth bass is fair in plastic worms, creature baits, spinnerbaits and jigs. The northern streams have been the autumn territory for the largemouth. The type of fish is right in the insoles, and lives little fish among the vegetation. The moonfish is good in templates, spinners and crickets.

RAVEN: FAIR. Clear water; 76-78 degrees; 0.10 feet low. The sea bass is fair in the worms of surface water and soft plastic in shallow water. The redear moonfish is still fair with crickets and worms. Catfish has been good on jogging lines with live bait.

SAM RAYBURN: FAIR. Stained water; 75-76 degrees; 2.61 feet low. The sea bass is good in the water and the soft plastic worms rigged by Carolina. Rely on water and try several different techniques. The white bass is still right in the little fish. Los tipos de pez son buenos para los peces pequeños y las plantillas. Los bagres son buenos con cebo vivo y cebo cortado.

TOLEDO BEND: FERIA. Agua manchada; 73-75 grados; 7.05 pies bajo. Las lubinas son de aguas poco profundas y las aguas superficiales tienen más éxito. Siguen siendo justos en hilanderos, gusanos de plástico y plantillas. Los bajos rayados son buenos en aguas altas, trampas de traqueteo y cucharas. El bajo blanco es justo en cucharas y pequeños crankbaits. El pez luna es bueno en pellets, grillos y jigs de cebo eléctrico. El bagre azul y el canal son buenos para el cebo vivo y el hedor apestoso.

MENDIGAR

CISCO: FERIA. Agua clara; 68-72 grados; 2.85 pies bajo. Las lubinas son justas en gusanos y jigs manipulados de Texas. El viento sigue siendo un obstáculo, así que asegúrese de usar colores claros y cebos más profundos durante esos momentos. Sunfish es justo con gusanos de la harina y pececillos. El siluro es justo en los rastreadores nocturnos, vive y corta el sábalo por todo el lago.

MEREDITH: FERIA. Agua clara; 69-75 grados; 46.99 pies bajo. Los bajos bocazas son justos en los plásticos, aguas superiores y platijas aparejadas de Texas, ya que se han estado moviendo a lo largo de las crestas. Hay muchos lugares buenos en todo el lago, pero se centran en la presa y el río del sur de Canadá. El bajo de boca pequeña es justo para los pececillos, cangrejos de río y gusanos. Walleye es justo en crankbait y spinners. El bagre de canal es justo en cebo cortado y cebo vivo.

MILLERS CREEK: BUENO. Agua clara; 79-84 grados; 1.49 pies bajo. Las lubinas son buenas para las plantillas de lubina, gusanos plásticos y trampas de cascabel de Wolf Creek y Antelope Creek. El tipo de pez es bueno en las plantillas de tipo de pez. La lubina blanca y los híbridos han sido buenos en la parte sur del lago con cebos artificiales y vivos. Los bagres son buenos con cebos preparados con sangre e hígado debajo de los bobbers.

OESTE

ALAN HENRY: FERIA. Agua clara 68 grados; 4.25 pies bajo. El bajo bocazas es bueno para gusanos aparejados, cebos giratorios y cebos de manivela alrededor del lecho del norte de Rocky Creek. El bajo blanco continúa siendo excelente en el sábalo artificial. Los tipos de pez son justos con los peces pequeños y las plantillas. El siluro es justo con el cebo vivo y el cebo apestoso.

FLECHA: FERIA. Agua manchada; 72-74 grados; 1.94 pies bajo. Los bajos de boca grande son justos en las plataformas de Texas, las aguas superiores y el buzzbait que continúan en 7 pies de agua o menos en y alrededor de los arroyos. Los tipos de pez son buenos en peces pequeños y jigs en medio de montones de matorrales y cubiertas. Los bagres son justos por la noche bajo las luces del sábalo, carnada cortada, camarones y rastreadores nocturnos.

COLEMAN: BUENO. Ligeramente manchado. 72-74 grados. 2.54 pies bajo. Los strippers híbridos continúan siendo buenos en cebos vivos, incluido el sábalo. También están respondiendo a los señuelos rápidos y a la superficie. Los bajos bocazas son de buenos a buenos en cebos de superficie, cebos de zumbido, cebos giratorios, gusanos de plástico, plantillas y jerkbaits. Mantener en aguas poco profundas y tranquilas cuando se encuentre en arroyos y calas. El bagre es bueno para el cebo vivo y el cebo apestoso. Trotline son mejores con cebo vivo.

FORT PHANTOM HILL: FERIA. Agua manchada; 71-74 grados; 2.32 pies bajo. El bajo bocazas sigue siendo bueno en plataformas de Texas, buzzbaits y spinners. La captura principal se ha expandido alrededor del mediodía. Los tipos de pez son justos con los peces pequeños y las plantillas. El siluro es justo en sábalo cortado y apestoso.

HUBBARD CREEK: FERIA. Agua manchada; 70-74 grados; 2.23 pies bajo. Los bajos bocazas son justos en las plataformas de Texas y en la superficie del agua alejándose de la estructura poco profunda y los bancos de agua. Los tipos de pez son justos con los peces pequeños y las plantillas. El siluro está activo por la noche en vivo y corta el sábalo.

NASWORTHY: BUENO. 68-70 grados de agua manchada a turbia. 1.00 pies bajo. Las lubinas son de buenas a buenas en plantillas y aletas en los cañaverales. El tipo de pez es bueno en los puntos de lámina en las plantillas de tipo de pez.

ROBLE CREEK: FERIA. Agua manchada; 67-70 grados; 1.94 pies bajo. Las lubinas son justas en hilanderos, topwater, plataformas de Texas y gusanos aparejados de Carolina en gotas poco profundas. El tipo de pez es justo en las plantillas y los peces pequeños viven alrededor de la estructura de la cala. El siluro es justo en los rastreadores nocturnos, vive y corta el sábalo.

JEFE. PESCADOR BUENO. Agua clara a manchada; 69-71 grados; 36.98 pies bajo. Los peces carnada se están reuniendo alrededor de la desembocadura del río y dos arroyos. Los bajos bocazas son buenos en cucharas y duelas. Los tipos de pez son buenos en los bordes de los canales de ríos y arroyos en los peces pequeños y las plantillas.

OH. IVIE: FERIA. Agua manchada; 69-71 grados; 9.72 pies bajo. La velocidad del viento ha jugado un gran factor en el lago, así que ajústelo en consecuencia. El bajo bocazas es justo en gusanos y pececillos aparejados de Carolina y Texas. Los tipos de pez son justos con los peces pequeños y las plantillas. Los bagres son justos con cebo apestoso, vivo y cebo cortado.

REINO POSSUM: FERIA. Agua clara; 68-70 grados; 1.67 pies bajo. Las lubinas son justas en las plataformas de Carolina, las plataformas de Texas, los cebos de marea alta y spinner cerca de los acantilados y la vegetación. Los bajos continúan su marcha hacia aguas poco profundas. El tipo de pez es justo en las plantillas y los pececillos. El bajo blanco sigue siendo bueno en plantillas, losas y cucharas. Los bajos rayados son justos en el sábalo en vivo y las plantillas en los canales principales del lago. El bagre es bueno para el cebo cortado, el pez luna vivo y el cebo apestoso.

E.V. ESPACIO: BUENO. Agua manchada; 69-72 grados; 35.86 pies bajo. Las lubinas son buenas en la boca y en ambos arroyos junto con el río. El tipo de pez es de bueno a bueno en los bordes del canal del río y del arroyo con plantillas.

STAMFORD: FERIA. Agua manchada; 70-75 grados; 1.45 pies bajo. La pesca cerca de la central eléctrica sigue siendo la mejor para el bajo bocazas. Han sido justos en el agua, Carolina manipuló gusanos de plástico y hilanderos. El tipo de pez es justo con números y tamaños más pequeños en peces pequeños y plantillas. El bajo blanco es justo en el shad y losas en vivo. El siluro es justo en cebos vivos y pellets preparados apestosos.

BUTTES GEMELOS: FERIA. 68-71 grados. Agua clara a manchada. 8.98 pies bajo. Las lubinas son justas alrededor de las paredes de los acantilados y en la parte superior de los cedros de sal en crankbaits de pico cuadrado y duelas de aparejo de Texas. El tipo de pez es justo en los principales puntos del lago con plantillas.

RÍO BLANCO: LENTO. Agua turbia; 68-70 grados; 21.37 pies de altura. El bajo bocazas se ha recuperado de crankbait, spinners, plataformas de Carolina y craws. Crappie are slow on live minnows and jigs. Walleye are slow. Catfish are fair on live bait, cut bait, and prepared bait.

B.A. STEINHAGEN: FAIR. Water stained; 70-74 degrees; 0.20 feet low. Largemouth bass continue to be fair on flukes, buzzbait, and topwater bait. You'll find them in the submerged shallower vegetation. Crappie are slow on jigs and minnows, and catfish are good on cut and prepped bait.

COASTAL

NORTH & SOUTH SABINE: FAIR. 72 degrees. Sabine Lake is clear with 3-foot visibility on the main lake to the south and slightly stained in the north. The Sabine and Neches rivers are stained near the lake and muddy up stream. Speckled trout are good on jigs and soft plastics as well as slow sinking twitch baits. Birds are working but mostly smaller trout. Red fish are fair on shorelines and mid-lake in schools. Live bait, jigs, and soft plastics fished and gulp under popping corks. Flounder are beginning to gather along shorelines and are moving toward the Gulf. Some are beginning to show up in the lower ship channel at the Sabine Pass, but the big run has not started yet.

PORT MANSFIELD: GOOD. Water temperatures are dropping, and extreme high tides are keeping trout and redfish scattered. Both trout and redfish are in 3 to 6 feet of water. You can catch them on top water, kwiggler ball tail in red and white and honey gold, and gulp under popping cork. Offshore good at the culverts using honey gold ball tails catching snapper and cobia.

TRINITY BAY: GOOD. 76 degrees. Specks under birds with some keeper size fish mixed in. Soft plastics and live shrimp under a popping cork are working well. Wade fish the flats for redfish. Flounder activity is still increasing and are good on mullet or shrimp.

EAST GALVESTON BAY: FAIR. High Tide having a negative effect on fishing conditions. Trout are fair among reefs on live shrimp and DS plum/chartreuse plastics have been effective. Eastern parts of East Bay have recovered but are still inconsistent. The north and south jetty continue to be good for bull reds on fresh shad and mullet. Spanish mackerel are fair along south jetty.

WEST GALVESTON BAY: FAIR. High tides are having a negative effect on fishing conditions. Ling fish are fair on whole herring or squid and can be found in deeper waters; feeding very close to the seabed. Popping cork with live shrimp are great. Trout are good on shallow mud bottoms on live shrimp or wade, using top waters. Reds are very good in the back lakes and continue to go the live shrimp and DS soft plastics. Flounder activity are on the increase.

TEXAS CITY: GOOD. Bull reds are still being caught along dike on fresh mullet or cracked crab. Flounder activity along dike are increasing. Speckled trout are good along the levee on soft plastic or live shrimp under popping cork.

FREEPORT: VERY GOOD. 83 Degrees. Redfish activity very good over oyster reefs and drains along Intracoastal Waterway with live shrimp and mullet. Spotted trout are fair over oyster reefs. Flounder are good on mullet or shrimp in shallow bay.

EAST MATAGORDA BAY: GOOD. Redfish are very good on live shrimp, live mullet, and soft plastic. Speckled trout are very good on plastics, and shrimp. Red drum are good on live shrimp and mostly found in the surf. Snapper are good using live shrimp or squid on ½-oz. jig head in areas that have quick access to deep water.

WEST MATAGORDA BAY: GOOD. Speckled trout are good on soft plastics. Redfish are very good on live shrimp. Blackdrum are fair on live shrimp.

PORT O'CONNOR: GOOD. Trout are very good on combination of live or fresh baits such as shrimp or crab. Redfish are very good in back bays on live shrimp. Tuna are good on squid. Tarpon are very good on mullet or pinfish. Flounder are good on minnows or mullet and croakers.

ROCKPORT: GOOD. Black drum are very good on live shrimp. Expect to get limit on kingfish using flying fish or squid. Wahoo are good on live bait such as scad. Blackfin tuna are excellent on squid or threadfin herring. Redfish are very good on mullet.

PORT ARANSAS: GOOD. Redfish are good on shrimp, kwigglers paddle tail, top waters and will be found in schools. Trout are good in grass on shrimp, kwigglers ball tail, and top waters.

CORPUS CHRISTI: VERY GOOD. Redfish are very good on mullet and shrimp spawning and will be found in schools. Trout are having high levels of activity and are good with lures and popping bobbers. Flounder are very good on minnow or squid.

BAFFIN BAY: VERY GOOD. Redfish and flounder are excellent and feeding in the flats with topwater, and live bait following up the mullet.

PORT MANSFIELD: GOOD. Water temperatures are dropping, and extreme high tides are keeping trout and redfish scattered. Both trout and redfish are in 3 to 6 feet of water. They can be caught on top water, kwiggler ball tail in red, white and honey gold, and gulp under popping cork. The offshore is good at the culverts using honey gold ball tails catching snapper and cobia.

SOUTH PADRE: GOOD. Fishing is excellent. Water is still at very high tides water and clarity is slightly stained. Speckled trout bite are strong using lures with or without popping cork. Work the color change along the intercostal waterway. Redfish bite are good in the shallows using lures and cut mullet. Look for schools of mullet.

PORT ISABEL: VERY GOOD. Fall months producing a great bite for redfish and spotted trout mainly on kwigglers, red and white ball tail, and paddle tail. Redfish have been good in the early morning. Wade fishing for reds has continued to be successful throwing lures at bait schools moving thru the shallow grass beds.

Source:https://www.chron.com/sports/article/Texas-Fishing-Report-14557276.php

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