Lavon Fishing Report

Feb 1, 2023
GOOD. Water lightly stained; 55 degrees; 1.04 feet below pool. When the weather allows, fishing patterns should be similar. Crappie are on structure in 25-30 feet of water, or suspended anywhere from 20-25 feet. Some of the fish are solitary, and some are schooled up in small pods. If you can find the threadfin shad the crappie should be there. Monster catfish are in 5-10 feet of water on shallow flats and small creek channels. Catfish are good shallow following the new water flow coming from the creeks in 3-8 feet of water with cut shad. Monsters seem to be in 25-30 feet of water. Gizzard shad are numerous in 2-3 feet of water on secondary points and small coves. Black bass are in 5-20 feet of water on structures with Alabama rigs, swimbaits, and large spoons. Gliding Alabama rigs over brush piles and rock piles is deadly right now in 10-15 feet. Early morning white and chartreuse spinnerbaits and squarebill crankbaits on rocky structures. As the sun rises, 10-15 feet on crankbaits work as well. Bluegills are biting in 20-30 feet on brush piles biting earthworm pieces with very small hooks. White bass are roaming near the dam and on humps. Not all balled up in one solitary school. Schools seem to be 20-100 fish per school. Report by Carey Thorn, White Bass Fishing Texas.

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