Corpus Christi Lake Fishing Report

Jun 29, 2022
GOOD. 80 degrees; 6.80 feet below. The best bites are early morning, late afternoon, or at night. Catfish are fair in 5-10 feet of water on cheese bait, shad oil soap, and cut carp. Largemouth bass are fair at sunrise on topwaters. White bass are scattered across the lake under birds using spoons, minnows and small jigs. Crappie are fair in 5-10 feet of water on minnows and scented jigs around piers and structure. Freshwater drum are fair on worms and shrimp. Alligator gar are great on cut carp. Bow fishermen have found success on shallow flats. With summer heating up the daytime fishing will slow down tremendously. Early morning, dusk, and night when temperatures drop a little will be best. Report provided by Damian Hubbs, Mathis Bait Co.

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