The following fishing reports are provided by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for the week of June 9:
Fishing is good. Water lightly stained; 76 degrees; 0.65 feet high.
Largemouth bass are good with wacky worms, bladed spinners, crankbaits and swim jigs along grass lines, rocky shorelines, and flooded vegetation.
Crappie are good on minnows and jigs in brush piles and near bridge pilings.
White bass and hybrids are good on spoons, swimbaits, and live bait along the main lake channel, humps, and ridges. Look for birds diving over feeding schools of white bass.
Catfish are good on chicken liver, cut bait, and nightcrawlers.
Fishing is good. Water clear; 69 degrees; 0.12 feet high.
Largemouth bass are good fishing north as the weather gets back to normal for early June. Fish vegetation and drops using topwater, spinners, worms, and crankbait.
Sunfish are good at night on cutworms and mealworms.
Crappie are fair to slow as the weather warms using jigs fishing structures in less than 6 feet.
Catfish are fair with the best depth coming around 8 feet on stinkbait, nightcrawlers, and chicken livers night and day.
Fishing is fair. Water slightly stained; 76 degrees; 1.0 feet low.
Hybrid stripers are fair moving in schools among open water on some rattle traps.
Largemouth bass are fair among points and ledges with jerkbaits, jigs, spinners, and worms.
Crappie remain good with the best success in standing timber.
Catfish are fair with stinkbait and cut bait.
LAKE O.H. IVIE
Fishing is good. Water clear; 74 degrees; 13.44 feet low.
Black bass are good with less topwater activity moving to worms, spinners, minnows, and crankbaits among timber and drops.
Crappie are good on jigs and live minnows shallower than typical for this time of year.
Catfish are good on stinkbait, live, and cut bait.
Fishing is slow. Water stained; 74 degrees; 10.86 feet high.
Largemouth bass are slow on top waters, buzz baits, and crankbaits near main lake points, flooded vegetation, and rocky shorelines.
Hybrid stripers are slow with live bait in water depths 25-40 feet on the main lake.
Crappie are slow with minnows and jigs near timber and brush near a channel or drop-offs.
Catfish are fair on chicken liver, cut bait, and earthworms.