Texas Fishing Report
Get fishing reports for waters in TX.
If you’re planning a fishing trip to Texas, you have some excellent choices for lakes and streams throughout the state including B.A. Steinhagen Lake, Belton Lake, Cedar Creek Reservoir, Choke Canyon Reservoir, Cooper Lake, Diversion Lake, Eagle Mountain Lake, Lake E.V. Spence, Grapevine Lake, Hubbard Creek Reservoir, Joe Pool Lake, Lake Arrowhead, Lake Bob Sandlin, Lake Bridgeport, Lake Brownwood, Lake Buchanan, Lake Caddo, Lake Conroe, Lake Corpus Christi, Lake Fork Reservoir, Lake Granbury, Lake Houston, Lake J.B. Thomas, Lake Kemp, Lake Kickapoo, Lake Lewisville, Lake Limestone, Lake Livingston, Lake Lyndon B Johnson, Lake Meredith, Lake O the Pines, Lake Palestine, Lake Ray Hubbard, Lake Somerville, Lake Tawakoni, Lake Texana, Lake Texoma, Lake Travis, Lake Waco, Lake Whitney, Lake Worth, Lavon Lake, Martin Creek Lake, Medina Lake, Navarro Mills Lake, O.C. Fisher Lake, O.H. Ivie Lake, Palo Duro Reservoir, Pat Mayse Lake, Possom Kingdom Lake, Proctor Lake, Ray Roberts Lake, Red Bluff Reservoir, Richland Chambers Reservoir, Sam Rayburn Reservoir, Stamford Reservoir, Stillhouse Hollow Reservoir, Toledo Bend, Twin Buttes Reservoir, Wright Patman Lake and others. Many of the lakes in Texas have camping facilities as well as other accommodations nearby.
Texas is well known for excellent Bass, Crappie and Striped Bass fishing. Additionally, in waters around the state you’ll find populations of Walleye, Catfish, Tiger Musky, Northern Pike, Chain Pickerel, Saugeye, Alligator Gar, Longnose Gar, Spotted Gar, Bowfin and sunfish including Green Sunfish, Hybrid Sunfish, Longear Sunfish, Redbreast Sunfish, Redear Sunfish, Rock Bass, Spotted Sunfish, Tilapia, Warmouth, White Bass, Yellow Bass, Yellow Perch which are plentiful in some waters.
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When reading fishing reports the most useful information is likely to be the sum total of all reports over the last couple weeks, rather than the specifics of the most current fishing report. So finding that the fish have been caught shallow over the last few weeks is more important to know than the exact lure mentioned in the latest report.
Texas fishing reports for lakes, rivers and streams.
Often archived Texas fishing reports, from prior years, can help you identify seasonal patterns for a specific lake. Review the prior reports to find consistent information for summer months of June, July and August...the fall months of September and October...the winter months of November, December, January and February. Pay special attention to the spring (March, April and May) fishing reports from prior years as they should provide information to help you predict the approximate time for the spawn.
If you are considering a visit to Texas for a fishing trip and are unfamiliar with the area, some of the major cities in Texas include Amarillo, Lubbock, Dallas, Fort Worth, Pecos, San Angelo, Austin, Houston, El Paso, San Antonio and others scattered across TX, some with fishing opportunities nearby. To enhance your fishing experience, you may want to hire a local guide. Click here for a list of Texas fishing guides.
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