Granbury Fishing Report

Sep 27, 2023
GOOD. Water lightly stained; 78-81 degrees; 1.49 feet below pool. Sand bass are schooling on several areas of the lake including the Shores, Indian Harbor and near Decordova subdivision. Largemouth bass to six pounds are possible near main lake points and shallow humps or flats. Some good topwater action is reported on these feeding flats. Striped bass continue to be good to near 10 pounds on live bait and trolled jigs or crankbaits on the lower ends. Crappie are excellent on small jigs and minnows fished on submerged structure and near bridge pilings. Catfish action continues to be best in the evening on cut shad. Some bigger yellows and blues to 25lbs are possible. Report by Michael Acosta, Unfair Advantage Charters. Largemouth bass are good with sizable catches around bridges and in cove areas using live minnows. Crappie has slowed to fair on live bait and structures. Catfish are slow in the morning on cut bait, minnows, and any bait with a smell. Striped bass are poor at this point from shore. Perch and bluegill are still good with worms. Report by Terry Hodges, local angler. Striped bass can be caught on the south end from Decordova to the dam on live shad, swimbaits, umbrella-rigs and deep diving crankbaits along ledges and points. Report provided by Kraig Sexton, Sexton's Guide Service LLC, Fishing Charter, Marine Electronics & Whitney.

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