Conroe Fishing Report

May 31, 2023
GOOD. Water stained; 84 degrees; 0.07 feet above pool. Eater sized catfish are great, but as the water temperature increases the average size fish is declining. The bite in the spawning areas is starting to dry up. The bite should remain plentiful throughout the summer, but you will have to work through lots of smaller fish. Trophy catfish have slowed while in the quiet stages of the spawn. Report by Brad Doyle, Bradley’s Guide Service. Bass are good early morning around piers, bulkheads, and docks near deeper water using crankbaits, swimbaits, or worms and lizards shaky head or Texas rigged. Stay persistent and cover as much water as possible to find the concentrations of fish. With the water temperatures well into the 80s, bass can be active around bluegill beds. Target adjacent ambush points holding structure or along the edge of beds with jigs or medium-running crankbaits. Report by Bryan Brawner, Lake Conroe Charters. Hybrids are good in 17-24 feet of water jigging MTPockets slabs, or trolling with deep diving crankbaits with a pet spoon tied 12 inches apart. Always check the tooth patch to determine the differences between white and hybrid bass. Still catching many juveniles, with a few keepers mixed in. Crappie are good with an aggressive bite with more solid thump than a lite bite using plastic or hair jigs in 14-23 feet of water on structure. Always wear your life jacket. Report by Mike Cason, Fishical Therapy Lake Conroe Guide.

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