Falcon Fishing Report
- Sep 30, 2020
- FAIR. Water lightly stained north and clear south; 84 degrees; 37.12’ low. There is not a ton of traffic on the lake, but rain, white bass, and crappie are here to catch in bunches. Black bass are fair with submerged houses, natural formations, and brush piles. You just got to keep moving. Most catches come on the first cast, and the hotspots aren’t holding more than one or two black bass. The black bass haven't made a big push shallower quite yet. Large plastic worms and plastic crawfish are great if you can find them with a few supply issues, and square billed crankbaits have been good, especially on the rocks where you will also catch some white bass. The white bass are great on the rocks on crankbait. Crappie are excellent over brush piles. Catfish are always biting, and constant cloudy water help. Remember to stay on the Texas side unless you possess a Mexican Fishing License.
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