Pre-Spawn is Starting
<p>February is winter in Texas, but if you can catch a nice, warm sunny day between the cold fronts and rain, the fish will bite with a vengeance! The water on LBJ is muddy and cold due to the recent rain we have had, but we are catching bass and white bass in the Colorado arm (where we found cleaner water) on these warmer days. The fish are on the move in a classic pre-spawn pattern, moving back deep when a front rolls through. Crank baits for largemouth and jigging spoons, rattle traps and grubs for white bass. Try slower presentations on overcast and colder days. The white bass are moving up into the river where again; a day or two of warm weather will really turn the bite on. For the premier licensed bass fishing guide on Lake LBJ, check out CSC Unlimited guide Chris Caka at www.lakelbjfishing.com or type in CSC Unlimited in any search engine on the web.
About The Author: Chris Caka
Company: CSC Unlimited
Area Reporting: Lake LBJ
Bio: Whether you are a beginner wanting to learn the ropes, a seasoned veteran wanting to learn the lake or anything in between, we can accommodate your needs. Our home base is on lake LBJ. We literally live on the lake so you can be sure we know where and when the fish are biting! Great outdoor fun for anyone! We also can pick you up and drop you off with the boat from most Lake LBJ resorts and rental houses. Rods, reels and tackle are provided. You may bring your own if you wish. All safety gear is provided. Drinking water is provided on the boat. Call and we will be happy to answer any questions.