Choke Canyon Fishing Report

Dec 1, 2021
GOOD. Water lightly stained; 64 degrees; 17.98 feet low. Crappie are excellent in submerged brush piles in shallower water of 12-15 feet and in the hardwoods using blue glimmer jigs and minnows. Largemouth bass are fair, primarily located 20-25 feet deep in brush. A few catches are still coming in water depths 12-15 feet in the hydrilla patches throughout the lake. Slow-moving baits along the bottom or swimming/vibrating jigs and flukes along the weed edge. Catfish are along ledges during the day and 12-15 feet flats later in the evening. Alligator gar are slow.

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