Big Bend Region Week of September 27, 2023

GOOD. Water slightly stained; 82-89 degrees; 50.69 feet below pool. Black bass are fair on Texas rig worms, Carolina rigs, weightless senkos, rattletraps, or squarebill crankbaits in 10-20 feet of water on the main lake. White bass are good in 30-50 feet of water on Alabama rigs, rattletraps, blade baits, or Lil George. Stripers are fair in the main river channels in 40-70 feet of water. Happy fishing. Report by Captain Raul Cordero, Far West Guide Service. The catfish bite is improving as fish start to move into shallow water. Fish have been caught from 3-30 feet of water. Starting to see some bigger fish as well. Check ramp status before heading out. Report by Captain Kent Terrill, 3 T’S Guide Service. Bass are slow and a big bite is hard to come by. Punching grass with creature baits as the sun gets high is producing some bites. Topwater baits in shad pattern for the morning and evening bite. Tight lines and pray for some rain! Report by Olin Jensen, Jensen’s Guide Service.

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