Texas Fishing Reports Can Help You Find The Best Place To Fish
Where are the fish biting? How's the water looking on your favorite lake? These questions and many more are answered by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department puts out a weekly guide to fishing in the Lone Star State.
Texas has a ton of places to fish, and for many it's a decision that comes down to travel time and where the good spots are to fish. Those who have been fishing their entire lives have their own favorite spots and their own tips and tricks. And with these fishing reports you can get even more insight.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife website updates each week their fishing report site. Fishing reports are normally updated by Thursday morning and the information is collected by a third party who spoke with fishing guides, marinas, and bait shops.
Not only can you get updates on freshwater locations, but also saltwater as well.
Here are some reports from lakes around Texas from the September 21 Fishing Report:
Alan HenryGOOD. Water clear; 81 degrees; 4.06 feet below pool. Crappie are good in 20-30 feet of water using minnows and jigs suspended over trees. Catfish are good up river using fresh cut bait and prepared baits. Report by The Bait Shop, Post, Texas.
MeredithGOOD. Water stained; 77 degrees; 44.21 feet below pool. Bass are fair on minnows and artificials. Catfish are good on crawlers, minnows, chicken liver and frozen shad. Crappie are fair on artificial baits and minnows. White bass are excellent on minnows, slabs, or any vertical presentations. Trout are slow on powerbaits, minnows, worms, small spinners and flies. Walleye are good with lots of small fish being caught using minnows, grubs, crankbaits and other artificial baits. Reports that the night bite is good. Please be safe out there, watch weather reports. Life vests save lives. Report by Kenneth Wysong, SharKens Honey Hole.
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