The following fishing reports are provided by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department:
Fishing is good. Water lightly stained; 72 degrees; 1.58 feet low.
Largemouth bass are good with Texas-rigged plastic worms, bladed spinners, crankbaits, flukes, and jigs. Work along grass lines, rocky shorelines, and timber in water depths 4-18 feet.
Crappie are good on minnows in brush piles and near bridge pilings.
White bass and hybrids are excellent on spoons, swimbaits, and live bait in the main lake channel, humps, and ridges. Look for birds diving over feeding schools of white bass.
Catfish are good on cut bait, chicken liver, and punch bait in water depths of 5-15 feet.
Fishing is good. Water lightly stained; 67 degrees; 5.06 feet low.
Largemouth bass are good as warmer water stabilizes topwater fishing in the mornings. During the day, use spinners, worms, and crankbait along structure like points, vegetation, and drops.
Sunfish are good on cutworms and under human-made structures at night, especially shallow. Crappie are fair on jigs hiding just understructure.
Catfish are fair with slowing movement on stinkbait, nightcrawlers, and chicken livers night and day.
Fishing is good. Slightly stained; 70 degrees; 3.39 feet low.
Hybrid stripers are good on rattletraps and live bait still in coves and moving swiftly around points.
Largemouth bass are good with the weather making it either good on overcast days or rough on windy days on topwater.
Deeper bass are still active during rough shallow water days with crankbaits and spinners.
Catfish are fair using stink bait and cut bait around cove entrances within 4 feet of the bottom.
LAKE O.H. IVIE
Fishing is fair. Water clear; 70 degrees; 13.57 feet low.
Black bass are good with topwater, worms, spinners, and crankbaits searching brush and timber.
Crappie are fair on live minnows close to structure, especially at night under lights. Catfish are good on stinkbait, live, and cut bait.
Fishing is good. Water lightly stained; 72 degrees; 2.30 feet high.
Largemouth bass are good on topwaters, finesse jigs, buzz baits, and crankbaits near main lake points, coves, and shorelines in water depth 5-15 feet.
Hybrid stripers are good with live bait in the main lake in water depths 25-40 feet.
Crappie are good with minnows and jigs near timber and brush near a channel or drop off.
Catfish are good on cut bait and earthworms.