Canyon Lake: Water clear; 64 degrees; 902':

Largemouth are fair to good under cloud cover over brushpiles in 12'-20' of water using 6" purple Scoundrel worms, rootbeer-green JDC Craws on jigheads and black-blue Terminator football head jigs.

Smallmouth are good early along bluff ledges and over rockpiles using blue Robo Worms w/chartreuse tails, rootbeer JDC Drop Shot worms on drop shots and smoke/red flake tubes on jigheads.

Stripers are fair at first light over mainlake humps trolling Gizz 4 crankbaits on downriggers, vertically jigging white bucktail jigs or Pirk Minnows.

Crappie are fair in 10'-15' on white Curb's crappie jigs and minnows.

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Lake LBJ: Water clear; 64 degrees; 824. 71':

Largemouth are very good to 6 lbs in 2'-10' tight to stumps and laydowns & around docks using wacky rigged purple flake Whacky Sticks, purple-bubblegum 1/4 oz. Terminator jigs and

watermelon 4" ring worms.

White Bass fair but small at first light in main channels on Tiny Traps and Road Runners.

Crappie are fair in 12'-14' over brushpiles.

To book a guided fishing trip w/the only guide service fishing LBJ for 50 years contact Jim at JR's Guide Service (; call (830) 833-5688 or email

Fish Species: Largemouth, Smallmouth, Stripers
Bait Used: Lures
Tackle Used: Casting/Spinning
Method Used: Casting & drop shot
Water Depth: 12'-20'
Water Temperature: 64
Wind Direction: South
Wind Speed: N/A

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