The following fishing reports are provided by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for the week of June 15:
Fishing is good. Water slightly stained; 82-85 degrees; 3.84 feet low.
Bass are fair to good with catches up to four pounds using shaky heads, crankbaits, and jigs in the stick-ups and between docks. The topwater bite is beginning to pick up.
Crappie are slow on minnows and jigs from 10-15 feet of water in brush piles and under docks.
White bass are slow on crankbaits casting and trolling.
Catfish are good starting to spawn on the shallow flats. The bite is on cut bait, liver, and perch.
Fishing is GREAT. Water stained; 79 degrees; 3.33 feet low.
Crappie are biting best in the evenings with minnows.
Fishing is slow. Water slightly stained; 82-85 degrees; 3.14 feet low.
Bass are excellent with fish to six pounds on a green pumpkin finesse worm on a shaky head, black and blue jigs, and shad color swim jigs.
LAKE O.H. IVIE
Fishing is GREAT. Water clear; 77 degrees; 18.76 feet low.
White bass are starting to run with a good bite on live bait, jigs, and crankbaits.
Crappie are good with jigs and minnows.
Largemouth bass are good.
Catfish are good on prepared baits, live and cut bait.
Fishing is good. Water stained; 83 degrees; 3.69 feet low.
Crappie are good around brush piles on the Copperas Creek side.
Sand bass and striped bass are poor due to high wind.
Black bass are fair in spinner baits.
Catfish are fair in the back of the lake.