Canyon Lake: Water clear; 79-81 degrees; 903.11':

(Several COUNTY ramps are closed due to low water)

Largemouth are fair to good at frist light along mainlake points and in creeks out to 12'-25' using pumpkin JDC Skip N Pop topwaters, chartreuse Whacky Sticks and 1/8th oz. Terminator

buzzbaits. Brown 1/8th oz. Curb's Jigs and blk.-blue 4" finesse worms produce from midmorning through the day.

Smallmouth are fair at first light along ledges in 15'-30' on 5" blk. blue finesse worms on jigheads, smokin' green Devil's Tongues on drop shots, and green pumpkin tubes on Carolina rigs produce.

Stripers are fair trolling silver X-Rap magnum crankbaits and vertically jigging 1/2 oz. silver Pirk Minnows around humps.

White Bass are fair at first light but mostly small along mainlake points on 1/8 oz. Tiny Traps and Road Runners.

For information or to book a guided trip w/the largest, most experienced/knowledgeable, fulltime guides on Canyon Lake contact JR's Guide Service Call (830) 833-5688 or email For the best

selection or tackle, lures, bait or for honest, truthful information and boat rentals check Boat N Go ( 1478 FM 2673, Sattler, TX. Call 1.877.383. 2628.

Fish Species: Multiple
Bait Used: lures
Tackle Used: spinning & casting
Method Used: Casting & drop shot
Water Depth: 12'-25'
Water Temperature: 79-81
Wind Direction: so-southeast
Wind Speed: 5

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