Highland Lakes 'Fishing Report'
Here is the "Fishing Report" from Highland Lakes fishing guide Jay 'Bird' Frasier for July 9, 2020: Listen to "Weekly Fishing Report" on Spreaker.
Black bass — Good. Texas rigged worms and creature baits in 8-25 feet of water. Shakey heads and drop shots also producing fish. Topwater baits working well in the early morning.
White bass — Good on lipless crank baits and slabs on main lake humps and points. Schooling fish on the surface.
Crappie — Good on minnows and jigs in 15-25 feet around docks, ledges, and trees.
Catfish — Good on cut bait in 15-25 feet. Go deeper midmorning with Texas rigged sinkos and worms.
LAKE MARBLE FALLS
Black bass — Slow again this week. Topwaters working early.
White bass — Schooling on upper end of lake. Shad imitations and live bait working well.
Crappie — Slow. Small jigs and minnows producing fish.
Catfish — Good. Shrimp, chicken livers, and punch bait in 12-25 feet.
Black bass — Fair. Carolina rigs and deep diving crankbaits in 12-20 feet.
White bass — Good. Main points and humps. Fish still schooling.
Crappie — Fair. Small jigs and minnows in 12-25 feet.
Catfish — Good on punch bait in 8-25 feet.
Water temperature at 86.
Largemouth bass — Good. Deep diving crankbaits off points and ledges. Texas rigs and weightless sinkos in the brush. Topwaters working in the early morning.
Stripers — Good on live shad and slabbing spoons.
White bass — Good on minnows and slabs. Look for seagulls working the schools.
Crappie — Good on small jigs and minnows in 15-25 feet.
Catfish — Good on baited holes, prepared, and cut bait.
Largemouth bass — Good on topwaters and spinner baits. Fish docks in midmorning.
Hybrids and stripers — Live shad and rattletraps here.
Crappie — Good in 15-20 feet. Minnows working best.
Catfish — Good when generating. Cut shad best here.
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